Blazes controlled, but risks remain

By ROBYN BRISTOW Machinery and manpower were increased this week in a bid to reduce the chances of flare-ups from two large fires in the...

Residents to continue fight for bypass

Woodend residents will continue to fight for a Woodend Bypass despite it not making the cut in the Government's latest infrastructure spend up. Waimakariri MP...

Historic Hurunui racetrack to come alive

By Robyn Bristow The historic Hurunui racetrack is in pristine order for the February 8 Hurunui Race and Gala Day. A dedicated and hard-working committee has...

Snipping scissors raise cash

By RACHEL MACDONALD Sausages were sizzling, raffle tickets were flying out the door, and the fire brigade was out in force to help on Sunday...

Total fire ban in North Canterbury

By Robyn Bristow A total fire ban will be imposed in Canterbury from midnight, Friday, January 24 - about a month earlier than last year. The...

Stolen pounamu carving found in Christchurch

By Robyn Bristow   Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools and Spa general manager, Graeme Abbot says everyone is delighted police have recovered the pounamu carving wrenched from...

Linda’s school days are over

By ROBYN BRISTOW Linda Harris says there is not a day that she has woken up and not wanted to go to school. But after 40...

A friendship forged over condensed milk

By ROBYN BRISTOW A can of condensed milk forged a friendship between penpals on opposite sides of the world that has endured for 70 years. Julie...

Bronwyn shows true grit

Rangiora-based Bronwyn Dibb has won silver at the 2019 Trampoline World Championships in Tokyo. Dibb was just 0.2 points off gold in the Women's Double-Mini...

Patrol group needs to upgrade its vehicle

By Shelley Topp The Rangiora Community Patrol volunteers have a new patrol vehicle on their wish list for Christmas this year. The patrol received an early...
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