Noise contours proposed

Noise contours ... The proposed 65-decibel noise contour is shown in orange; the larger 55-decibel contour in green. By DAVID HILL Noise contours are proposed for...

A taste of life in the fast lane

Gleaming beauty . . . Graham Coates and Sonya Hills-Coates, both bakers with Rangiora Bakery, with their 1948 Chevrolet pickup truck at Muscle Car...

New summer festival to bring blast of colour

By SHELLEY TOPP Victoria Park will be transformed into a rainbow of colour at a new summer festival planned for Rangiora next March. The Rangiora Festival...

Strong support for first jobs expo

By DAVID HILL North Canterbury's first careers expo has been declared a success. Around 75 stallholders, including local businesses, local and central government, educational institutes and...

Mysterious object baffles

A treasure found in a local shed is baffling Rangiora Museum volunteers. Rangiora and Districts Early Records Society president Anne Jelfs says the museum is...

Tug of war hopes to pull plenty of entries

By DAVID HILL The host school is set to compete in the Sefton Tug of War for the first time. Sefton School, north of Rangiora, has...

Hopes for hotel restoration

By DAVID HILL Michelle Beri says she is determined to restore the historic Waiau Lodge Hotel. The pub has been out of action since the November...

Recognition for Pat

By ROBYN BRISTOW Pat Manning, who has been awarded a KiwiBank Local Hero Award for her voluntary work in the community, does it for the...

Julie falls for the magic of Minis

Mini motoring ... Julie Walker, of Woodend Beach, with her 2002 BMW-made Mini Cooper, the latest of five Minis she has owned. Photo: Shelley...

Wee gem back on the road again

By SHELLEY TOPP Something about the old Austin parked under a Loburn hedge caught Eric Anderson's eye. When he worked for the "power board" in the...
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