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Big plans for the future

Ashburton parents will have a choice of two full secondary schools to choose from in the town if (more)

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Youth to the fore on croquet courts

Two big tournaments at the Waireka Croquet Club ensured the (more)

Call for historic grain store to remain

A heritage-listed grain store, the sole survivor of its type in (more)

Time to look back on 2018

Another year is drawing to a close, with less than two weeks left (more)

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Youth to the fore on croquet courts

Two big tournaments at the Waireka Croquet Club ensured the club’s Philip Street courts were a hive of activity over the weekend. Both (more)

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Karters revving it up

Go karters traded in their usual grass paddocks for a sealed surface on Sunday when they headed to Hinds Seed Cleaning for some sprint (more)

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Joining the ranks of the seniors

Growing up, I always thought veterans or seniors sport was for old people. But all of a sudden, I’ve found myself as one of them and (more)

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A glimpse of high country life

Fairlie shepherd Josh Sheehan likes to carry his smartphone on the odd occasion he gets to the tops of Woodburn Station. Rather than (more)

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Billboard goes walkabout

A controversial billboard which had drawn wide criticism from the public has been mysteriously removed, much to the surprise of the (more)

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Storm clouds are gathering

As they strive for top quality products and environmental sustainability, farmers know well the hurdles in their way in the form of storms (more)

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Big plans for the future

Ashburton parents will have a choice of two full secondary schools to choose from in the town if Ashburton Christian School gets its (more)

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College celebrates visit from German dignitary

Ashburton College’s strong connection with Germany and the German language was celebrated yesterday with a visit from a German (more)

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Winds of change

Students of the future in the Ashburton District could be part of a three tier education system that involves primary, middle and secondary (more)

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Time to recognised some local heroes

Take a walk around the Mid Canterbury district at any given point in time and you’re bound to run into someone who could be considered a (more)

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Time to look back on 2018

Another year is drawing to a close, with less than two weeks left until the Christmas/New Year holiday period. Many, who now live outside (more)

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Joining the ranks of the seniors

Growing up, I always thought veterans or seniors sport was for old people. But all of a sudden, I’ve found myself as one of them and (more)