If the shoe fits, weld it

Well used .. Hamish Hartnell's raw materials come from Alpine Horse Safaris' trekking operation.shoes are being transformed into garden features in a shed in...

Horticulture potential excites outgoing water chairman

By ROBYN BRISTOW A move by Ngai Tahu into horticulture on its property at Balmoral, in the Amuri Basin, has exciting potential for the Hurunui...

Regional approach welcomed by North Canterbury’s migrant community

By DAVID HILL Government plans to encourage migrant workers into the regions, away from Auckland, is good news for North Canterbury's migrant community. Rangiora-based migrants advocate...

Councillors waver over shares

Coping with the dry .. The Hurunui Water Project will store water for shareholders to use during dry periods on their properties. This image...

Anglers lured out for opening day

By Robyn Bristow Several thousand anglers headed to high country lakes and rivers last weekend to try their hand at luring a salmon, brown or...

Philip goes the distance

On the move .. Philip Graham and his mount, Rosewood Bashir, are bound for North Carolina. PHOTO: NEIL CLARKSON   By ROBIN MARSHALL Any thoughts of easing...

Irrigation scheme given funding boost

By Robyn Bristow Crown Irrigation Investments has brought some good news to the Hurunui district as many struggle to cope with the after shocks from...

Pest study producing results

A trial of integrated pest management (IPM) strategies in forage brassica crops has shown positive signs. The first year of a three-year evaluation conducted by...

The talk is about pork

By DAVID HILL Showing pigs is a serious business. Thomas Queen, of Omihi, north of Waipara, has joined the latest craze of entering pigs at...

Show tradition under threat

By DAVID HILL The future of a Kiwi agricultural tradition that dates back more than century is unclear as A&P associations weigh the risks of...
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