Olympian visits Rangiora

Rangiora Borough school children got a taste of the life of an Olympian during a visit to the school last week by Nicola Coles. Coles,...

Ramble benefits diabetes group

By SHELLEY TOPP The Lions Ashley River Ramble proved a success for the organiser's chosen charity, Youth Diabetes Canterbury, last Sunday. The new event for walkers,...

Schoolgirl shining light in Canterbury team

Determination . . . Grace Brooker, with ball in hand, charges to the try line in a match against Hanan Shield at the South...

Black Sticks to play in Rangiora

By SHELLEY TOPP Waimakariri's new hockey turf will host two international tests between the Vantage Black Sticks women and the United States women's hockey team...

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...

Amuri school off to SI netball

For the first time in 10 years the Amuri Area School will be represented at the South Island Secondary School Netball tournament. Twelve students will...

Dream result for young Swannanoa horse trainer

Hey Yo . . . Winner of almost $70,000 in stakemoney with trainer Jack Harrington at his Gold Star Racing stables in Swannanoa last...

Derby team ready to roll … almost

They are all mums and come from a variety of professions. There are teachers, a midwife, a Department of Conservation worker and a youth group...

Professional sport’s heavy toll on the amateur ranks

Safe in the confines of his home, Lindsay Kerr laments the damage that professional sport has done to amateur sport. Few codes have escaped...

Motorsport team eyes up the Otago Rally

The family-run rally team, Stokes Motorsport, based out of Waikuku, has a two-car team ready to challenge the front-runners in the New Zealand Rally...
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