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...

At the Library

It's free, it's fast and it's fun. Did you know that you can download magazines at home, at the beach, in the hills as soon...

Initiative to keep cyclists safe

By ROBYN BRISTOW Dr Richard McCubbin, who got the idea while cycling in Europe, says the proposal has generated a lot of "enthusiastic response" and...

Big surprise in hen run

By DAVID HILL A Rangiora schoolgirl got a pleasant surprise when she arrived home from school last Friday. Five-year-old Paisyn Williams found a giant egg, weighing...

Floral art to be showcased

By DAVID HILL Floral art will be in the spotlight at Woodend next week. The Woodend Spring Flower Show will be showcasing the best in floral...

Magic of Light

By SHELLEY TOPP The Rangiora Photographic Society will hold its Magic of Light Exhibition at Waikuku's Brick Mill Gallery next month. The exhibition, on October 7,...

Big screen to feature local railway

By ROBYN BRISTOW A tiny slice of North Canterbury's rail history will hit the big screens this summer. The Weka Pass Railway (WPR) has a starring...

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...

Spring Festival celebration in Cheviot

Blue skies and plenty of sunshine created a perfect day for the Cheviot Spring Festival. A mix of market stalls, speakers, entertainers and family...

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...
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