Bee art project hits sweet spot

By SHELLEY TOPP Ashgrove School students have created a portfolio of bee art to be exhibited at the first annual South Island Bee Conference in...

Plunket groups fighting to “future proof” their buildings

    Future proofing  . . . The Culverden Plunket rooms, which the local Plunket group is fighting to keep in local ownership. PHOTO: SUPPLIED   By ROBYN...

Anger over wetland mapping

Mapped . . . A wetland the McFaddens developed in one of their paddocks which attracted the attention of ECan's mapping. Photo: Supplied By...

Quake’s toll on rare birds

Birds of a feather . . . Hutton's Shearwater flock of the Kaikoura coast before the 2016 quake. It is feared thousands died due...

Train a 3000-hour labour of love

By RACHEL MACDONALD A model train carrying the Ohoka Meadows Logging Company badge has just taken away the People's Choice Award and the coveted Best...

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...

Freedom Camping bylaw given thumbs up

By Robyn Bristow A freedom camping bylaw continued its torturous journey at a special meeting of the Hurunui District Council on Thursday. A Notice of Motion...

Air cadets to the very core

By DAVID HILL Rangiora's air cadets have outgrown their buildings. The No.88 Squadron Air Training Corps (ATC), based at Rangiora Airfield, was only commissioned two years...

Golfers show plenty of drive in rebuild

Community asset .. Scargill Golf Club president Nick Fairbairn says its new facility is for the community too, not just the club. PHOTO: SUPPLIED By...

A chance to see the light

Spectacular lighting ... The Rangiora Light and Sound Festival hopes to build on the success of Christchurch's Botanical Delights extravaganza. Photo: Geoff Sloan   By ROBYN...
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