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Farmers expected to be hit

Rural communities need to lobby their MPs as much as possible over new immigration changes, an immigration consultant (more)

Artworks rolling in

Nicole Bourke (left) and Ben Lysaght shift some of the hundreds of entries into the Ashburton Art Gallery storage (more)

After-ball ruling hits hard

Ashburton College students were left reeling yesterday after they were told that the after-ball function following (more)

Mud plug profits distributed

Marcus Ewart, chairman of the Mid Canterbury 4WD Club, presents Methven Care Trust chairperson, Joanna Suyker with (more)

On-farm digital tech vital

Digital technology is becoming increasingly important to farmers and it’s important as many as possible have (more)

Pets rack up the bills

Chewing your favourite pair of shoes, digging up the rose garden, and going to the toilet inside are just a few (more)

Water supplies get tick

In the wash-up from Havelock North’s drinking water contamination scare, there are lessons to be learned for all (more)

Cash boost for youth workers

A youth programme that largely flies under the radar is making a quiet difference in Mid Canterbury students’ (more)

Luxton a threat to National’s majority

  Rangitata’s Labour candidate Jo Luxton represents a threat to National’s huge majority in the (more)

Tyre plan win for environment

A new government initiative to deal with the millions of waste tyres generated each year in New Zealand has been (more)

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