Exciting new Rangiora retail development

New beginning . . . A concept plan of a new retail space to replace the building on the corner of High and Good...

Gleaming Fords immortalised

By ROBYN BRISTOW A limited-edition book that grew from a gleaming line-up of 250 Fords in Dudley Park, Rangiora, nearly 15 years ago, has been...

Scenic route takes in village life

The Inland Scenic Route (Route 72) provides the ideal vehicle for anyone wanting to enjoy the offering of a slice of North Canterbury’s rural...

Hurunui a natural playground

By AMANDA BOWES The Hurunui district is blessed with having a huge natural playground, with rivers, sea, lakes and forest within easy reach. From Waipara to...

Leadership Award

Waipara resident Ben Kepes is one of six New Zealanders to be awarded a Blake Leader Award. The Deputy Chief Fire Officer for the Waipara...

Orphaned kingfishers released in new home

Wild at heart . . . A juvenile kingfisher photographed at Hoopers Inlet on the Otago Peninsula after having just caught a crab. Three...

Cheviot hosts a stunning show

Editor Robyn Bristow joined visitors at the Cheviot A&P Show to celebrate the diversity of the district. Ray Duncan has greeted visitors to the Cheviot...

Hutton’s shearwater celebrated in Kaikoura

  By DAVID HILL Kaikoura's Hutton's shearwater birds were celebrated this weekend. The Hutton's Shearwater Charitable Trust hosted a wine and cheese event at the Kaikoura Museum...

Muscle Car Madness rolls into Rangiora

By Robyn Bristow They rolled into town - purring, gleaming and much-loved. Cars of all makes and vintages lined Rangiora's High Street last night to celebrate...

Lost local control frustrates Mayor

  By ROBYN BRISTOW Hurunui Mayor Winton Dalley is critical of legislation and regulations which saw local communities and those with comprehensive local knowledge "steam rolled"...
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