Horticulture potential excites outgoing water chairman

By ROBYN BRISTOW A move by Ngai Tahu into horticulture on its property at Balmoral, in the Amuri Basin, has exciting potential for the Hurunui...

`It has been a struggle’

End of an era ... Shoppers gather around the closed doors at the Rangiora Paper Plus and Toyworld store to read a notice saying...

‘A proud day for Waiau’

Making a splash ... Waiau's new pool was put to good use on opening day. PHOTO: ROBYN BRISTOW By ROBYN BRISTOW Put simply, Waiau's new pool...

Scammers chase the dollars

  By RACHEL MACDONALD Rangiora police are warning people not to give out personal details to strangers on the phone, as the region fields an outbreak...

Audrey and Myrtle are off on a hurtle

Heading north .. Myrtle, left, and Audrey are off on a road adventure with their human caregivers, from left, Anita van der Velden, Jane Yellowlees, Brian...

Prestige aplenty at the Scruffs Dog Show

Best mates . . . Gill Williams, of New Brighton, with her affectionate 48kg great-dane-bull-mastiff cross rescue dog Bruce at the Oxford Farmers Market...

Pegasus to host NZPGA Championships

By ROBYN BRISTOW The Pegasus Golf and Sports Club will host a long-standing premier golf event next month, which has attracted about 130 leading Australasian...

Fire ban, but rain looms

By RACHEL MACDONALD A blanket fire ban has been imposed across North Canterbury as the high winds predicted to be riding the coat-tails of Cyclone...

Small town rallies around Keira

The small town of Waipara in North Canterbury, and volunteers from elsewhere in the Hurunui district and Christchurch, are coming together on Saturday in...

National Standardbred sale in Christchurch

Justify, Lot 393, awaits his turn to parade at the New Zealand Bloodstock's National Standardbred sale in Christchurch today and Wednesday. The colt by...
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