Use it or lose it, says Jean

Jean McGregor marks her 100th birthday with family and friends this weekend, some of whom are travelling from as far as Australia, Auckland and...

Six appeal: Ewe breeds her own flock

Six of the best . . . Mum dotes on her sextuplets. The sixth lamb is partially obscured at left. Photo: Supplied By ROBYN BRISTOW A...

Milestone marked in style

Fun times ... Oxford three-year-olds Milena Marshall and George Robertson play in the daffodil fields at the Cheviot Hills Reserve last Saturday during the...

Jorden is bound for the world stage

In the swing .. Kaiapoi artistic gymnast Jorden O'Connell-Inns performs at the Canterbury Gymnastic Championships in August. PHOTO: SUPPLIED By SHELLEY TOPP Kaiapoi artistic gymnast Jorden...

A chance for families to step up

Amberley School wants families seeking a challenge to compete in its new Rellie Challenge on September 23. The event is a mystery adventure race in...

Report proposes sale of racecourse share

By SHELLEY TOPP A major racing industry review recommends that the Canterbury Jockey Club (CJC) sell its majority share in Rangiora Raceway. The report proposes that...

Performance of Gladys no minor feat

  Fun outing . . . Rob Batstone and his father Roger enjoyed a run in Gladys from Christchurch to Amberley. Photo: Robyn Bristow By ROBYN...

September 4 remembered

By David Hill The events of September 4, 2010, were remembered at Tuesday's Waimakariri District Council meeting. Mayor David Ayers took the opportunity to acknowledge the...

Pair hop to it as show nears

By DAVID HILL The Kaikoura Hop is just two weeks away, but it's no holiday for organiser Doug O'Callahan. With the annual car show returning to...

RSA renovations near completion

By DAVID HILL The Rangiora RSA plans to be settled in its renovated Victoria Street premises by Armistice Day in November. The centenary of the signing...
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