Baby steps in Plunket fight

By ROBYN BRISTOW A David and Goliath battle over the assets of Waiau and Culverden Plunket is under way. Local communities have thrown their financial weight...

NZ Post boxes removed in Rangiora

By SHELLEY TOPP A decision to remove eight of Rangiora's post boxes puts New Zealand Post in breach of the State-Owned Enterprises (SOE) Act, a...

Ramble benefits diabetes group

By SHELLEY TOPP The Lions Ashley River Ramble proved a success for the organiser's chosen charity, Youth Diabetes Canterbury, last Sunday. The new event for walkers,...

Stepping up for line dancing

Dancing for fun, fitness and friendship ... Rangiora line dancing teacher Marilyn Frost, far left, runs a class at the St John's Anglican Church...

Speed limits, floor levels and spray

By David Hill A Pegasus Community Centre extension, speed limits, Silverstream's floor levels, glyphosate and a new public arts trust were all debated at Tuesday's...

Billboards air road frustrations

By ROBYN BRISTOW Woodend, following in the footsteps of a hit 2017 movie, is using three billboards to get its message across. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing,...

Intersection changes demanded

By ROBYN BRISTOW Leithfield Community Committee (LCC) is demanding changes to the Mill Road, State Highway One intersection just south of Amberley. The committee says residents...

Landmark bridge repairs to take up to 8 weeks

A landmark rail bridge which passes over State Highway 1 south of Kaikoura is being repaired. Strengthening and repair work began on the quake-damaged bridge...

Community pool nominated for an Excellence Award

Making a splash . . . Relay teams race at the opening of the MainPower Waiau Community Pool in February. File photo Waiau's new community...

Old4New Lifejacket Upgrade campaign stops off in Kaikoura

By Robyn Bristow The Old4New Lifejacket Upgrade roadshow hits South Bay Boat Ramp in Kaikoura on Monday, January 15. People are invited to visit the Old4New...
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