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...

Council efforts recognised

By DAVID HILL Local government efforts to restore the Kaikoura Harbour within 12 months of the November 2016 earthquake have been recognised. The Kaikoura District Council...

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...

Golden glow for Karikaas

By SHELLEY TOPP Loburn cheesemaker Karikaas was a big winner at last month's New Zealand Champions of Cheese Awards. The company has been a consistent winner...

Police urge vigilance over crime spree

  By RACHAEL MACDONALD North Canterbury police are hoping an arrest in Selwyn last week might help resolve the series of break-ins that have plagued the...

Hopes for a new beginning

Hopes are rising among Hanmer Springs residents that the empty Soldiers' Block at the former Queen Mary Hospital site may soon become a community...

Liz chalks up 45 years as a teacher

By ROBYN BRISTOW Liz Dean really wanted to be a kindergarten teacher, but was talked out of it. Instead, her parents, Tom and Helen Latter, of...

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...

Kaikoura tourism operators optimistic

By DAVID HILL Kaikoura's marine tourism is operating, but at "winter levels". Local tourism operators remain optimistic about the future, despite the realisation they will effectively...

Rescue helicopter emergency fundraiser

By SHELLEY TOPP The first call for help came less than an hour after the 7.8 earthquake hit at 12.02am on November 14. Now the Westpac...
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