Hopes high for Toot for Tucker

By DAVID HILL North Canterbury's food banks are looking forward to receiving a boost from Tuesday's Toot for Tucker. Organiser Bev Wright says the volunteers are...

By ROBYN BRISTOW Residents opposed to a proposal to quarry the Rangiora Racecourse have no intention of shying away from making their feelings known, despite...

Application declined for Amberley bottle-store

By Robyn Bristow An application for a Thirsty Liquor bottle-store in Amberley's business area has been declined. The Hurunui District Licensing committee - Hurunui Mayor Marie...

Service recognised

David and Marilyn Ayers were among the recipients at last week's Waimakariri District Council community service awards. Waimakariri Mayor Dan Gordon introduced the "Mayor's Award",...

Three generations show love of tennis

By ROBYN BRISTOW Three generations of the Dalley family turned out to play tennis for Scargill, in North Canterbury, at a recent inter-club fixture at...

Five years at the top

Recognition ... The staff of Cheviot Rest Home, with Sue Coleman at right. PHOTO: SUPPLIED By ROBYN BRISTOW Cheviot is home to the best little rest-home...

By DAVID HILL Last week's Armistice Day commemoration service provided the first opportunity for the Rangiora RSA to gather with the community this year. Rangiora RSA...

Doctor’s creative abilities shine

Book venture ... Oxford doctor Richard Clinghan with his daughter Alba, aged 2, during his recent talk at the Kaiapoi Library about his book,...

“Notorious” road validates community fight for four-lane motorway – MP

Waimakariri MP Matt Doocey says NZTA’s announcement on SH1 validates the community’s fight for the four-lane Belfast to Pegasus motorway extension, including the Woodend...

No Teddy Bears’ picnic

By Robyn Bristow It has been no picnic for Ted, who has been found lost and alone on the Rakahuri Trail at the Ashley River. He...
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