The girl with the golden Halo

By SHELLEY TOPP Eight-year-old Fernside girl Niamh Lappin is a champion, thanks to her unbeatable partnership with a beagle named Halo. Niamh has won the 12-years-and-under...

Plaudits for community as new hall formally opened

By SHELLEY TOPP Peter Midgley did not hold back in his praise for the new Pines and Kairaki Beaches Community Hall during the opening ceremony...

Pupil asks PM to coastal park

Making a difference... Aaliyah Raja , aged 10, right, with friends Seth Smedick, aged 10, and Alyssa Jackman, aged 10, at the Tuhaitara Coastal...

Anglers lured out for opening day

By Robyn Bristow Several thousand anglers headed to high country lakes and rivers last weekend to try their hand at luring a salmon, brown or...

Garden tour to raise funds for NCRDA

By SHELLEY TOPP A garden tour will be held next month to raise money for the North Canterbury Riding for the Disabled (NCRDA). It is being...

Passion for gardening a winner

By DAVID HILL A passion for gardening has seen two young North Loburn School gardeners win national awards. John Lundy (8) and Emma Walsh (7) were...

Schoolgirl shining light in Canterbury team

Determination . . . Grace Brooker, with ball in hand, charges to the try line in a match against Hanan Shield at the South...

Many happy returns for 100-year-old

By ROBYN BRISTOW Milestone . . . Philip Stewart in his garden he looks after in Amberley. PHOTO: ROBYN BRISTOW Philip Stewart nearly didn't make it...

Art in the expansive Flaxmere Garden

Stainless steel pigs . . . An exhibit by Sarah Clarke at last year's Art in a Garden. Photo: Amanda Bowes By AMANDA BOWES The South...

New venue, new owner and new experiences at Fete

By Robyn Bristow A new owner, a new venue and some new experiences await people heading to this year's Christmas Country Fete. Mike Sheppard of Hyde...
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