Vineyard’s charity run a popular affair

The Pegasus Bay Winery's Vine Run has raised more than $70,000 for the New Zealand Brain Research Institute over the last three years. It is...

Waimakariri rates to rise by an average of 1.5 percent

By David Hill The Waimakariri District Council has signed off on its latest annual plan, confirming an average rates rise of 1.5 percent. The 2020/21 annual...

Local backing crucial to business recovery

By SHELLEY TOPP Community support for local businesses has never been more important, a Rangiora cafe owner says. Covid-19 restrictions have hit businesses hard, particularly in...

Hanmer Springs pools to reopen by the end of the month

  By ROBYN BRISTOW The Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools and Spa will re-open on May 26. General manager Graeme Abbot says the pools are a vital component...

Dismay over riverside dumping

By ROBYN BRISTOW Rubbish dumped off stopbanks along the Ashley River behind the Rangiora Racecourse is "outrageous stupidity", a local resident says. One huge dump last...

Another farm adventure

By DAVID HILL The 2016 earthquake was just another challenge in the 100-year history of Woodchester Station, near Waiau. Recent droughts, the 2016 earthquake and now...

Man arrested thanks to vigilant locals and an off-duty police officer

By Robyn Bristow An off-duty officer in Cheviot has taken a wanted offender off the streets, thanks to tips from vigilant locals. The officer, who was...

3D printing skills helping keep front line staff safe

By David Hill Kaiapoi's TechMedics is using its technology to help keep North Canterbury's front line staff safe from Covid-19. Company owner Aaron Lovelace is using...

Warning to be wary of scammers when working from home

By David Hill A North Canterbury IT expert is warning families to be alert for online scammers during the Covid-19 lockdown. Aaron Lovelace, owner of Kaiapoi...

Change in fire season for the Hurunui and Waimakariri districts

The fire season in Hurunui and Waimakariri disricts will change from prohibited to restricted from midnight tonight. This means all of North Canterbury will be...
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