Waipara food grower the driving force behind Eat New Zealand

Garden bounty . . . Angela Clifford picking globe artichokes in her garden at The Food Farm in Broomfield, near Amberley.PHOTO: SHELLEY TOPP By SHELLEY...

Biography chronicles JJ’s rich and long life

By ROBYN BRISTOW Writing the biography of Hurunui stalwart John J. O'Carroll has been a pleasure and a privilege, says Rangiora author, Gerald Sandrey. In keeping...

Third lane in spotlight

By ROBYN BRISTOW A third southbound lane on the Waimakariri Bridge is being assessed by the NZ Transport Agency (NZTA). The decision to look at a...

Rare breeds a labour of love for lifestyler

By DAVID HILL Rare breeds are a labour of love for Fernside lifestyler Rachel Foster. Rachel has a small collection of rare birds and animals on...

Enhanced dog and stock control team

By ROBYN BRISTOW An enhanced dog and stock control service has started in the Hurunui District Council with Sean Quinn being employed to do the...

Handy Landys lend a hand

By DAVID HILL The Handy Landys are heading to Kaikoura. The keen group of Lincoln University students are heading to Kaikoura to lend a hand with...

Georgie eyes grand final

By DAVID HILL Mustering sheep is all in a day's work for North Canterbury's Georgie Lindsay. The 24-year-old, who became the first woman to win the...

Bidders keen as ewes hit sale ring

Otago offering . . . Hazlett auctioneer Ed Marfell takes bids on 120 romney-merino ewes from Bendigo Station. By DAVID HILL Sheep numbers were down, but...

Tasman Tykes national runners up

By DAVID HILL North Loburn School has produced another quality performance to finish runner up in the AgriKids grand final. Competing in Feilding on Friday, July...

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,...
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