Dock a drawcard for e-bike users

E-bike initiative ... Businessman Ron van Til has installed a $30,000 e-bike stand outside his bakery and cafe to encourage e-bike riders to park...

Quarry risks worry locals

By SHELLEY TOPP Rangiora Racecourse owners have no authority to allow Taggart Earthmoving Ltd to develop a quarry on the site, opponents to the proposal...

Events lost as restrictions bite

By ROBYN BRISTOW A trail of events across North Canterbury have been cancelled or postponed after the Government increased latest Covid-19 alert levels. Many of the...

Waimakariri CEO retires today

By DAVID HILL Jim Palmer never imagined he would stay in Waimakariri's top job for 17 years. The Waimakariri District Council chief executive retires today, Friday...

Tribute to retiring chief executive

By David Hill Water reform, roading, the infrastructure stimulus programme and Covid-19 social recovery were among the items discussed at Jim Palmer's final council meeting...

Louise waited years for diagnosis

Louise Davy is determined not to let a rare disease limit how she lives her life. She shares her story with Robyn Bristow ahead...

Kaiapoi’s RSA cemetery a community effort

A community effort has led to a re-dedication of Kaiapoi's RSA cemetery. The Kaiapoi RSA is hosting a special ceremony on Friday, February 26, after...

NCEA art bound for exhibition

By SHELLEY TOPP Covid-19 has been the gift that keeps giving for Amberley teenager Lana Bonnett. Lana, aged 18, made Covid-19 the subject of her NCEA...

Ben follows track legends

Speed and style... Ben Whalley, aged 18, of Mandeville, shows the kind of form that took him to the pinnacle of Speedway racing in...

Bill’s trusty Ford a show drawcard

By SHELLEY TOPP A gleaming 1914 Ford Model T was one of the star attractions at the Rangiora RSA's Vintage Car and Tractor Rally. The annual...
The South Today

The South Today
News Bulletin

Available on demand click here from 7pm every weekday

Most Read

Advertisement