Imaginarium exhibition

PHOTO: SHELLEY TOPP Identical twins becoming pregnant at the exact same time without planning could be called a simple coincidence. But Ann Worthy Stephenson prefers...

Spring Festival celebration in Cheviot

Blue skies and plenty of sunshine created a perfect day for the Cheviot Spring Festival. A mix of market stalls, speakers, entertainers and family...

The Ready Money Trail

A new three kilometres walking and mountain bike trail in the Cheviot Hills Reserve was officially opened at the Cheviot Spring Festival at the...

Fleeing driver causes damage

A fleeing driver drove through roadworks at high speed, damaged fences, private property and a golf course during an incident that began in North...

Writers Tea Party

By BERNIE HALL There is something about The Writers Tea Party, an annual literary event that delights writers. The Hurunui Memorial Library in Amberley itself is...

Cadets unit official

North Canterbury’s Air Cadets unit is set to become official. Number 88 (Rangiora) Squadron Air Cadets is set to be formally recognised at a parade...

Community Expo draws a huge crowd

Amberley’s domain pavilion became a community centre last week - literally. Organisations from throughout Amberley and the wider community turned out in force at a...

Seismically stronger

The Waimakariri district is ‘‘seismically’’ stronger, but there is still work to do, six years on from the first Canterbury earthquake. Waimakariri Mayor David Ayers...

Shake up in town

Another generation has come to know and love Elvis Presley’s songs as the Hurunui Theatre Group prepares for the musical ‘‘All Shook Up’’. The past...

Celebration of Maori culture

North Canterbury’s kapa haka celebration is continuing to grow. Initiated by Tuahiwi School in 2006, the Ka Matakura o Ruataniwha - North Canterbury Kapahaka Celebration...
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