Geology `unrecognisable’ at Sth Bay

  By DAVID HILL Resident Ted Howard says the North Canterbury 7.8 earthquake at 12.02am on Monday morning raised the land and sea bed around South...

Bike challenge to be held in summer

The Cheviot Hills Challenge Mountain Bike Race returns to the Cheviot Hills Reserve on a new date next year, with several changes to cater...

Burger King for Rangiora

By DAVID HILL A new retail development planned for Rangiora's Red Lion Corner will include a Burger King outlet. The Waimakariri District Council has received a...

Oscar attracts adoring crowd

By SHELLEY TOPP A tiny blind owl attracted a big crowd at Emma's, an Oxford book and gift store last Sunday Oscar, a Little Owl, was...

SPCA’s Cupcake Day sweet initiative for animals

By SHELLEY TOPP More than 46,000 abused, neglected, injured or abandoned animals end up in SPCA care nationwide, every year. Next Monday, August 14, the SPCA...

Grateful Meg gets to Picton

By ROBYN BRISTOW Cheviot will be etched in Meg Gordon's mind forever after she was left stranded in the small community when her Picton-bound bus...

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...

Hunters also set sights on deer in pig hunt

Hunters will be taking aim at pigs and deer in their favourite hunting spots next month as they take to the hills for a...

A room with a view

By ROBYN BRISTOW A legacy of a bygone era is being brought back to life in the Hurunui district. The historic Balmoral Forest fire lookout, high...

District primed for growth

By DAVID HILL Business leaders are optimistic of further growth in the Waimakariri district. Housing remains in demand in Rangiora and Kaiapoi and there is "a...
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