Thieves again target rural areas

By Rachel Macdonald Lock it and leave it close to the house. That is the message from Rangiora Senior Sergeant Paul Reeves, as the police...

Working together for the community

Pete and Philippa Somerville, this year's Cheviot A&P show presidents   By ROBYN BRISTOW This year's Cheviot A&P presidents are Pete and Philippa Somerville who have been...

Tyre dilemma: What next?

By ROBYN BRISTOW Around 450,000 tyres are still piled high on a Racecourse Road property on the outskirts of Amberley, despite a court order to...

Christmas Country Fete for sale

By ROBYN BRISTOW The iconic Christmas Country Fete near Culverden could soon have a new owner and a new home. After celebrating its 25th birthday in...

Emma comes out swinging

As sharp as they get . . .Emma Shaw enjoys competing in wood chopping. PHOTO: RACHEL MACDONALD By Rachel Macdonald By day, and often by night,...

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...

Ashley/Rakahuri SH 1 Bridge to close at night for strengthening

The Ashley River/ Rakahuri  Bridge on SH1 north of Waikuku, and south of Amberley, will be closed at nights for essential repairs and strengthening...

Hurunui – A Winter Wonderland

It’s tempting to go to ground over the winter months; to stay at home in front of the logburner and head to bed early....

Ashley Rakahuri Rivercare Group recognised across the Tasman

Breeding colony . . . A black-billed gull nesting colony has been spotted on the Ashley River. Photo: Grant Davey Conservationists throughout Australasia have recognised...

Rock’n’Wheels in Amberley

By ROBYN BRISTOW But more than 250 exhibitors still rolled on up to the domain to enjoy the get together organised by the Amberley Lions...
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