Water supplies a huge slice of Hurunui District Council’s `shovel ready’...

By Robyn Bristow Upgrading water supplies is the most meaningful and significant project the Hurunui District Council is promoting as "shovel ready'', says Hurunui Mayor...

ECan targets river structures

By DAVID HILL The Waimakariri Zone Committee is stepping in to improve safety on the Cam River. A pilot project to encourage people to remove illegal...

Couple breathe new life into hotel

By ROBYN BRISTOW SIt is a landmark and it belongs to the community. –Adam MartinAdam Martin and Betti Hoellery are breathing new life into the...

Hurunui College Dux

Grace Spencer says being awarded dux of Hurunui College is an awesome way to finish the year. Grace, who is thrilled with the honour, excelled...

Knox fundraising nears target

By ROBYN BRISTOW A Cheviot landmark will remain in public ownership. The future of the Knox Presbyterian Church has been secured with a $100,000 grant from...

Frustration, dismay over bylaw

By ROBYN BRISTOW Hurunui's controversial freedom camping bylaw will be reviewed as soon as it is enacted, rather than rely on the more lenient national...

Mounted riflemen cross Tasman for Anzac commemorations

  In memory . . . Hawarden lad, Fletcher Earl, is one of four representatives from the NZMRCT heading to Australia to take part in...

Donation to help beautify reserve

By SHELLEY TOPP The wetland stormwater drainage reserve next to a key entry point to Rangiora will be developed into a community space. The Keep Rangiora...

Food banks busy

By DAVID HILL Food banks are helping a part of the North Canterbury community they don't normally have to support, as the Covid-19 crisis begins...

Geology `unrecognisable’ at Sth Bay

  By DAVID HILL Resident Ted Howard says the North Canterbury 7.8 earthquake at 12.02am on Monday morning raised the land and sea bed around South...
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