Des Moore hands over the reins at NC Riding for the...

By DAVID HILL Des Moore is stepping back after seven years at the helm of the North Canterbury Riding for the Disabled (RDA). Mr Moore and his...

New public toilets for Culverden

By Robyn Bristow The Hurunui District Council is a benefactor of the Government's funding for new tourism infrastructure projects. It has been allocated $224,254, from a...

Temporary pub opens its doors

    Pouring pints . . . Co-owners Michelle Beri (left) and Lindsay Collins (centre) are pleased to be back behind the bar, in the temporary...

Fish salvage in Amuri Irrigation canals

Over a thousand fish were recovered by Fish & Game from the Amuri Irrigation Scheme last week. Each year Amuri Irrigation gets North Canterbury Fish...

Hawarden Tavern up for sale

By AMANDA BOWES Hawarden Tavern has been put up for sale by the Hawarden Licensing Trust (HLT) after running out of options to keep it...

Elise lives life at full throttle

By ROBYN BRISTOW An "amazing spirit and attitude" has seen a tiny little four-year-old motocross rider defy an illness and clean up the introductory class...

Mounted riflemen cross Tasman for Anzac commemorations

  In memory . . . Hawarden lad, Fletcher Earl, is one of four representatives from the NZMRCT heading to Australia to take part in...

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...

Powerful message delivered to council

By SHELLEY TOPP A boy holding a handwritten sign in the rain delivered a powerful message outside the Waimakariri District Council (WDC) offices on Tuesday...

Fernside plastics factory attracts complaints

By SHELLEY TOPP A large number of complaints have been lodged with the Waimakariri District Council about the Advantage Plastics factory on rural land in...
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