Much loved 1934 Bugatti to stay in New Zealand

By GLORIA MICALLEF Bob Turnbull's much loved 1934 Bugatti Type 57 Gangloff Roadster has found a permanent home in New Zealand. Its sale was managed by...

November quake impacts on Hurunui District Council’s debt

By ROBYN BRISTOW The Hurunui-Kaikoura 7.8 magnitude quake last November impacted "significantly" on the Hurunui District Council's debt. The known cost for the initial response to...

Enshi charm in Oxford

By SHELLEY TOPP If you have ever wanted to visit China but have been put off by the long journey and overcrowded, polluted cities, take...

Observatory to mark Matariki

By David Hill Oxford is set to celebrate Matariki. The Oxford Observatory is hosting a public open night on Friday, June 30, from 7pm to mark...

Woodend bypass a decade away?

Busy thoroughfare . . .A bypass to ease traffic congestion and take heavy traffic out of the centre of Woodend, could still be a...

Des Moore hands over the reins at NC Riding for the...

By DAVID HILL Des Moore is stepping back after seven years at the helm of the North Canterbury Riding for the Disabled (RDA). Mr Moore and his...

Mid-winter lantern walk at Waikari

Lantern light . . . Sophia Manifold, aged 8, of Waikari, with the beautiful paper lantern she made, at a workshop held by Ursula...

New hall to rise from the ashes at Omihi

By ROBYN BRISTOW Plans for a new community and sports hall in Omihi are now in the hands of the Hurunui District Council. The milestone has...

Film crew to visit Rangiora with Chinese students

By DAVID HILL A North Canterbury school is set to feature in a video to promote the region as a destination for Chinese students. When students...

New public toilets for Culverden

By Robyn Bristow The Hurunui District Council is a benefactor of the Government's funding for new tourism infrastructure projects. It has been allocated $224,254, from a...
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