Museum in need of more volunteers

  By DAVID HILL The Rangiora Museum is seeking new volunteers as long-serving members look to step back. President Ann Jelfs and curator Pam Mackintosh plan to...

New school under way

By Shelley Topp The first step has been taken in the construction of a new $13.2 million Rangiora primary school. The milestone was marked last Friday...

Mayoral contenders step up

By Robyn Bristow Mayoral hopefuls are starting to line up for the top jobs in the Waimakariri and Hurunui districts. The two positions will be left...

Security cameras installed

Monitored ... Sergeant Rob Irvine, left, with Amberley and District Lions Club president James Drewery, monitor the cameras. PHOTO: SUPPLIED By ROBYN BRISTOW Amberley's main thoroughfare...

RSA centenary approaches

By DAVID HILL The Kaiapoi RSA has another centenary to celebrate this year. After four years of commemorating the 100 years since World War 1,...

`They saved my life’

By ROBYN BRISTOW Ron Lee has called it a day on the high seas. After a dramatic five hours clinging to the hull of his 4.8-metre...

Kyle digs deep for two medals

By DAVID HILL Rangiora athlete Kyle Harpur has earned the praise of his coach after his impressive medal haul at the recent Special Olympics World...

Emma comes out swinging

As sharp as they get . . .Emma Shaw enjoys competing in wood chopping. PHOTO: RACHEL MACDONALD By Rachel Macdonald By day, and often by night,...

Green approach to new thermal pool construction

Site development . . . Work is under way to build five new thermal pools at the Hanmer Springs Thermal Reserve and Spa. Image:...

Waimakariri District Council meeting in brief

  Kaiapoi River dredging Regeneration committee chairman Cr Al Blackie reported that plans to dredge the Kaiapoi River had hit a snag, with only one tender...
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