No bunker mentality for John

By ROBYN BRISTOW Advancing years and the need for a cocktail of drugs to ward off the effects of rheumatoid arthritis is not going to...

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...

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...

Teen in dazzling golf win

Spoils of victory .. Golfing great Sir Bob Charles, from Oxford, with Rangiora High School student Kazuma Kobori after the 17-year-old's win in the...

RSAs aim for November Poppy Day

  By DAVID HILL Canterbury's RSAs hope to be selling poppies to coincide with Armistice Day in November. All Anzac Day services around the country have been...

Morale begins to wane in the Hurunui district

By ROBYN BRISTOW The morale of Hurunui residents is beginning to wane as they cope with extended recovery from compounding events, says Hurunui Mayor Winton...

Cabaret time

The Ohoka Hall was transformed last Saturday night when Le Cabaret de la Vie came to town. It was showtime and Isabella Miller Bell -...

Magic of Light

By SHELLEY TOPP The Rangiora Photographic Society will hold its Magic of Light Exhibition at Waikuku's Brick Mill Gallery next month. The exhibition, on October 7,...

A hundred reasons to party

By DAVID HILL Rangiora RSA celebrated its centenary in style last weekend. President Ian Thompson says the weekend's festivities began on Friday evening at the Rangiora...

‘A proud day for Waiau’

Making a splash ... Waiau's new pool was put to good use on opening day. PHOTO: ROBYN BRISTOW By ROBYN BRISTOW Put simply, Waiau's new pool...
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