Relay for life raises over $100,000

Pretty in pink . . . The Boobalicious Paddlers, members of the Abreast of Life Dragon Boat Team, from Christchurch, who took part in...

Jean Booth’s life to be celebrated

A celebration of Jean Booth's life is being held at North Chapel and Rossburn Receptions, at Rangiora today. Jean Lilian Booth (nee James), died on...

Hazel has children under her spell

Star attraction . Reading dog Hazel is winning hearts and helping young children gain confidence reading at Waimakariri libraries in Rangiora and Kaiapoi. PHOTO:...

Schools perform well in agrikids contest

By DAVID HILL A small North Canterbury school exceeded its expectations at last month's young farmers event. Waikari School, which has just 37 pupils, entered three...

Contest a social get-together

More than 130 anglers lined the Waimakariri River mouth on Wednesday last week for the final day of the salmon season, and the annual...

Keith grateful for help received from St John

  By ROBYN BRISTOW Keith Elefitheriou says it is the best $90 he has spent on a taxi. The Rangiora marriage celebrant suffered several heart attacks in...

Roddy gets a shear of the action

Blow by blow .. Roddy Kidd, aged 84, picked up a hand-piece for the first time in 25 years to shear a sheep at...

Marie a master at multi-tasking

Farming in the blood .. Show president Marie FitzPatrick has been successfully juggling a lot of commitments in the lead-up to the Oxford A&P...

Ideas grow into business enterprises

By David Hill The Covid-19 experience has prompted locals to explore new opportunities. Enterprise North Canterbury business manager Miles Dalton has been flooded with enquiries since...

Vet was a strong family man

Dr Gerald Stone Dr Gerald Alexander Lawson Stone, a stalwart of the Rangiora community and a valued and respected veterinarian, has died, aged 83. Dr Stone,...
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