Olympian visits Rangiora

Rangiora Borough school children got a taste of the life of an Olympian during a visit to the school last week by Nicola Coles. Coles,...

Waikuku pair in rally win

Waikuku brother and sister Robbie and Amy Stokes won their first rally over the weekend at the Lone Star Rally of Canterbury. The pair came...

A snapshot of North Canterbury sport

Many players from the North Canterbury rugby club, Saracens, took the scenic route to their latest games. Saracen's division two, under 9, under 10 and...

Hands on love of horses

By AMANDA BOWES A life long love of horses has led Katrina Houston to complete a Diploma in Sports Massage for Horses. The part-time Amberley School...

Radio-controlled yacht regatta set to go

By ROBYN BRISTOW Skippers from throughout the South Island will head to Lake Pegasus this weekend for the South Island Regatta for International One Metre...

New hall rises from the ashes

A 2015 blaze destroyed Omihi's 91-year-old hall, which was home to the historic Glenmark Rugby Club. Today, a new $1 million building is rising...

North Canty all smiles after shield win

The smile on the face of inspirational North Canterbury rugby captain ‘Nordy’ Anderson said it all. It was as wide as the nearby Waimakariri River...

Ramble benefits diabetes group

By SHELLEY TOPP The Lions Ashley River Ramble proved a success for the organiser's chosen charity, Youth Diabetes Canterbury, last Sunday. The new event for walkers,...

On target for national honours

Taking aim . . . Milie-Jane McIlraith who at 15-years-old was selected in the New Zealand Women's Open Skeet Clay Targt Shooting team. Photo:...

Professional sport’s heavy toll on the amateur ranks

Safe in the confines of his home, Lindsay Kerr laments the damage that professional sport has done to amateur sport. Few codes have escaped...
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