Margaret Begg celebrates 100 years

By SHELLEY TOPP The function was held at Rossburn Receptions with a large number of Margaret's family and friends attending. Most of the guests were...

All eyes to the sky for Mars

By DAVID HILL Now is an exciting time for young people to take an interest in astronomy, a keen observer of the heavens says. Mr Erik...

Road safety a life long passion

By ROBYN BRISTOW Road safety has been foremost in Tony Francis working life. Next week he will farewell the Hurunui District Council where he has been...

Rangiora Winter Festival draws thousands

By SHELLEY TOPP Rangiora celebrated winter in style last week with a festival delivering a host of exciting activities to the town. The four-day event began...

No bunker mentality for John

By ROBYN BRISTOW Advancing years and the need for a cocktail of drugs to ward off the effects of rheumatoid arthritis is not going to...

Changes afoot in central Rangiora

By SHELLEY TOPP Rangiora's central business district is bustling, with a new coffee shop and a kebab shop being established, and other businesses on the...

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...

End of an era

By Robyn Bristow Hurunui Mayor Winton Dalley presided over his last council meeting today. Mr Dalley is drawing the curtain on about 26 years of involvement...

Air cadets to the very core

By DAVID HILL Rangiora's air cadets have outgrown their buildings. The No.88 Squadron Air Training Corps (ATC), based at Rangiora Airfield, was only commissioned two years...

Restored hotel set for a new chapter

Revitalised . . . The Hurunui Hotel has been carefully restored in a way that respects its important heritage values.PHOTO: JUDITH HARRINGTON By ROBYN...
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