Surf debate cuts up rough

Fishing for clams . . . The clam boat at work close in shore. Photo: Supplied By ROBYN BRISTOW Cloudy Bay Clams' bottom-dredging boat, which has...

Why I voted against `climate emergency’

By CLAIRE MCKAY, Environment Canterbury councillor for North Canterbury Last Thursday was a big day for Environment Canterbury (ECan). We declared a "climate emergency" and concluded deliberations...

Cust takes delivery of new fire engine

By RACHEL MACDONALD The Cust Volunteer Fire Brigade turned out in full force on a chilly night a week ago to welcome two new members...

Transport firm’s journey chronicled

Long history . . . Author Evan Frew, since retired form the company, with a copy of the book at the printworks. Photo: Supplied By...

Local poets have works chosen for book

By Shelley Topp A love poem written by Bernadette Hall for her husband, John, to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary has been chosen as one...

The art of creating thinkers

Problem solvers . . . Teachers work through the liberatory design thinking process at Stanford University. Tim Kelly is centre. Photo: Supplied By Robyn Bristow Hurunui...

Jean marks 100 years

By SHELLEY TOPP Rangiora's newest centenarian loves the convenience of modern technology and would not part with her smartphone or iPad. "It is a good way...

Dismay over cell tower’s intrusion

By ROBYN BRISTOW Ross and Bronwyn Minehan want property owners to be aware that all it takes to have a cellphone tower built on your back...

Council backs push for private fireworks ban

End of an era? .. The Waimakariri District Council is backing a call by its Auckland counterpart to end the private sale of fireworks....

Sebastian’s little Lotto errand

By SHELLEY TOPP A Rangiora dog has adapted his fetch-and-carry instincts to his urban environment by becoming a courier for his owner. Sebastian, a 16-year-old young-at-heart...
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