Cruel lessons of war highlighted

Armistice remembered ... A moving service in Amberley drew a large crowd. PHOTO: ROBYN BRISTOW By Robyn Bristow and Shelley Topp Hundreds of North Cantabrians stood...

Vintage beauties head north

Vintage line-up ... Cars over 100-years-old lined up Delhaven Motel and Caravan Park before heading north to Richmond to join the Vintage Car Club...

Town gears up for cruise-ship season

By DAVID HILL Kaikoura is looking ahead to a busy summer season. With this summer's first cruise ship scheduled to visit this week, Destination Kaikoura general...

Tyre debri trucked away

On the move . . . Angelique Hyde, at the controls of a digger, loads burnt tyres, soil and clay for removal from a...

River Queen pays a visit

Amberley residents and motorists are used to seeing buildings of all shapes and sizes being transported through the village along Carters Road, the local...

Cull of predatory gulls begins

  Control work started this week to reduce the numbers of southern black-backed gulls livingĀ on the Hurunui River. The project is aimed at boosting the populations...

Need for anchor tenants vital

By ROBYN BRISTOW Anchor tenants will be critical to the future of the Soldiers' Block in Hanmer Springs, a feasibility report says. Identifying tenants to anchor...

Savvy win for Kaiapoi butchery

Winning team .. The crew at Cattermoles Butchery in Kaiapoi with a fresh batch of their old English smoked saveloys. PHOTO: DAVID HILL By DAVID...

Wakari fun run and walk

Waikari's Village Walkway will benefit from the annual Waikari Fun Run on Sunday, November 4. The community event is being run by the Hurunui Youth...

The highs of working with Lowlines

Phil and Kay Worthington are humbled and surprised at being awarded a Kiwibank New Zealand Local Hero medal. The Fernside farming couple, who own Woolstone...
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