Greenkeeper Murray rolls with the best

By Robyn Bristow Murray Dickson has a keen eye for levels and disease and knows how important the local bowling club is to his Cheviot...

Land to be transformed

By DAVID HILL It's an unremarkable stretch of land, punctuated by a few trees and a handful of buildings that have seen better days. Over the...

Haylee and Merri a winning duo

A team effort has taken Dragonwyck Merriment and her Amberley rider Haylee Frame to national honours. Haylee, aged 9, and Merri, have been awarded the...

Grace to pull on black jersey

By ROBYN BRISTOW                                          ...

Amy rides her way to the Special Olympics

By KATE BARBER     PHOTOS: SUPPLIED Amy Batchelor has been selected to represent New Zealand in equestrian sport in the Special Olympics World Summer Games...

Balls of steel a must

By ROBYN BRISTOW Four shotguns were confiscated from hunters near Rangiora during the opening day of the duck shooting season over the illegal use of...

A snapshot of North Canterbury sport

Many players from the North Canterbury rugby club, Saracens, took the scenic route to their latest games. Saracen's division two, under 9, under 10 and...

New sport gets a foothold

By SHELLEY TOPP A new form of golf using a size-five soccer ball and no clubs proved popular at Rangiora Golf Course last Sunday. The game,...

New hall rises from the ashes

A 2015 blaze destroyed Omihi's 91-year-old hall, which was home to the historic Glenmark Rugby Club. Today, a new $1 million building is rising...

Hunter’s stellar race year

By SHELLEY TOPP A young Rangiora motorsport enthusiast is having a season to remember this year. Hunter Rowland, aged 17, is second in the New Zealand...
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