Baking era ends for Frickers

  By AMANDA BOWES Baking is in the blood, but after 14 years of supplying the Amberley Farmers' Market with fresh bread, the Frickers, of Waikari,...

Record Ryman fundraiser

By SHELLEY TOPP Ryman Healthcare has combined with its retirement village residents and staff to raise a record $390,000 for Alzheimers New Zealand. The donation was...

Singing the praises of Ray Charles

By AMANDA BOWES                                          ...

Logging into a dream

By AMANDA BOWES A log house is rising on river terraces above Lake Sumner Forest Park, fulfilling the long-held dream of Steve and Debbie Board. The...

Sad end too life of farming

By ROBYN BRISTOW Dealing with Mycoplasma boviswas not the way Cheviot couple Richard and Jane Maxwell wanted to end their farming careers. "It is our lifetimes'...

Nod for $28m stadium

By DAVID HILL The Waimakariri district is set to get its multi-use sports stadium. Councillors voted by nine to two to proceed with the $27.85million stadium...

Amy rides her way to the Special Olympics

By KATE BARBER     PHOTOS: SUPPLIED Amy Batchelor has been selected to represent New Zealand in equestrian sport in the Special Olympics World Summer Games...

Earthquake cash welcomed

By DAVID HILL Kaikoura is to receive a $5million boost to help with ongoing earthquake recovery work, after last week's Budget announcement. The Government has set...

Insurance blow for Waiau scouts

By ROBYN BRISTOW Waiau's Scouting group has been dealt a double blow. Its den in Balmoral Street was red-stickered after the November 2016 earthquake. However, the group,...

A living memorial to Peter Allen

By SHELLEY TOPP A memorial plaque to the late Peter Allen was unveiled at Tuhaitara Coastal Park at Woodend Beach last Sunday (May 20). The plaque...
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