Ramble benefits diabetes group

By SHELLEY TOPP The Lions Ashley River Ramble proved a success for the organiser's chosen charity, Youth Diabetes Canterbury, last Sunday. The new event for walkers,...

Skyla makes impressive debut

By SHELLEY TOPP The young niece of champion BMX riders Tahlia and Ella Hansen made an impressive race debut at the North Canterbury BMX club's...

Couple have A&P shows in their DNA

By AMANDA BOWES This year's Hawarden Show presidents, Ian and Carol Ford, are no strangers to the A&P show scene. The couple have shown their Hereford...

Cycle link formally opens

By SHELLEY TOPP A large crowd turned out for the official opening of the Passchendaele Memorial Path in Kaiapoi last Saturday, including Oscar the orangutan. The...

Meccano to be displayed

By DAVID HILL The Christchurch Meccano Club is bringing its annual Meccano model and toy display to the Rangiora Bowling Club over Easter. Club president Alan...

Celebrating Community

Editor Robyn Bristow joined in the celebration of the Amuri district's diverse farming industry, its people and its produce at the Amuri A&P Show,...

Revamp for old post office

By SHELLEY TOPP Rangiora's former Post Office building is being transformed into new retail, hospitality and office space. The historic two-storey building, which opened on September...

Iconic pub cements new future

By ROBYN BRISTOW Block by block, the quake-damaged Hurunui Hotel is coming back to life. There is a lot of Scottish blood flowing through the veins...

Students set sail for the Kermadecs

By ROBYN BRISTOW Two young North Canterbury adventurers, Yonni Kepes and Miriam Clark, say they are privileged to be part of a team which set...

Hurunui opts for water investment

By ROBYN BRISTOW The Hurunui District Council has decided to spend nearly $500,000 buying 1190 shares in the proposed Hurunui Water Project irrigation scheme after...
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