Celebration night attracts huge crowd

By Shelley Topp Celebration Night delivered a huge crowd, including many families and children, to Rangiora's High Street on Thursday night. The street was closed off...

Light weaves magic at exhibition

By SHELLEY TOPP The people chose "The Flood" as their favourite photo at the Rangiora Photographic Society's "Magic of Light" exhibition at Waikuku earlier this...

Students set sail for the Kermadecs

By ROBYN BRISTOW Two young North Canterbury adventurers, Yonni Kepes and Miriam Clark, say they are privileged to be part of a team which set...

Cultural centre a “testament of faith”

  Unveiling . . . People arrive for the official opening of the cultural learning centre at Kaiapoi High School last Thursday. PHOTO: DAVID HILL By...

Unbridled passion for racing shines through

By DAVID HILL The Kaikoura Trotting Club's new president has the pedigree and the horses to match. Ben Smith was elected president last month, following in...

Volunteers valuable

Volunteers play a valuable role in the Waimakariri district, particularly those in the older age group. Waimakariri District Council community development facilitator Karen Lindsay-Lees says...

Kaikoura tourism operators optimistic

By DAVID HILL Kaikoura's marine tourism is operating, but at "winter levels". Local tourism operators remain optimistic about the future, despite the realisation they will effectively...
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