Algal Bloom in Rakahuri/Ashley River at Ashley-Loburn Bridge

Moderate to high concentrations of potentially toxic algae have been found in the Ashley River at the Ashley-Loburn Bridge. Canterbury DHB’s Community and Public Health...

Penrose wins national Formula Ford title

Top performance ... James Penrose showed impeccable form in etching his name in New Zealand motorsport history.PHOTO: TERRY MARSHALL By LINDSAY KERR North Canterbury's James Penrose...

Fireworks decision `responsible’

By SHELLEY TOPP A Waimakariri District councillor is heartened by The Warehouse's decision to stop selling fireworks. "It is the right move," Paul Williams says. He now...

Business as usual for Satisfy Food Rescue

Thumbs up . . . Satisfy Food Rescue distribution co-ordinator Michelle Campbell gives the thumbs up to supporters of the food rescue service. Photo:...

Residents give clear message

By ROBYN BRISTOW Ninety five percent of Waimakariri residents who took part in a Three Waters Reform survey, want the council to `opt out' of...

RSAs aim for November Poppy Day

  By DAVID HILL Canterbury's RSAs hope to be selling poppies to coincide with Armistice Day in November. All Anzac Day services around the country have been...

Extra layer of protection sought for school communities

Waimakariri MP Matt Doocey says he wants to provide school communities with an extra layer of protection through his Member’s Bill, which would require...

Thinking on life’s curious twists

Lost in Thought was the champion overall image at the Rangiora Photographic Society's portraiture competition. Sandra Fleet's image also won the A-grade title, and received...

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...

Walkie Talkies receive grant

By Robyn Bristow The Walkie Talkies have a spring in their step. The Kaikoura Netball Centre's walking netball team has been awarded an ANZ Netball Grant. ANZ...
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