The Ready Money Trail

A new three kilometres walking and mountain bike trail in the Cheviot Hills Reserve was officially opened at the Cheviot Spring Festival at the...

Toxic Algal Bloom in the Waipara River

By Robyn Bristow The Waipara River is the latest North Canterbury river to be issued with a toxic blue-green algae warning. The Canterbury District Health Board's...

First aid for ailing service

By ROBYN BRISTOW St John Ambulance crews are under pressure in rural North Canterbury as volunteers leave the organisation. Resignations have left Hanmer Springs with an...

ECan targets river structures

By DAVID HILL The Waimakariri Zone Committee is stepping in to improve safety on the Cam River. A pilot project to encourage people to remove illegal...

Group worried about HWP footprint

By AMANDA BOWES The constantly changing design footprint of the Hurunui Water Project's (HWP) proposed irrigation scheme and the application for requiring authority has the...

Pool upgrade worth $4.3 million

By ROBYN BRISTOW The manager of the hot pools at Hanmer Springs is convinced its new movie venture will go swimmingly. The Hurunui District Council-owned pools...

Much of tyre mountain remains near Amberley

By ROBYN BRISTOW Concern is growing about the mountain of old tyres on the outskirts of Amberley. Efforts to remove them have so far made only...

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...

Local surfer makes waves

By ROBYN BRISTOW A young North Canterbury surfer is making big waves in the surfing world. Campbell Heasley (10), of Amberley, has just arrived home from...

Mr McLaren a standout colt in top catalogue

Under the hammer … Mr McLaren, a racy colt by Mach Three from broodmare gem Miss Elsie being prepared by Terry and Glenys O’Sullivan...
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