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Gun shots in Rakaia

A mother has described the pure fright of hearing two gunshots in the early hours of this morning in Rakaia. The (more)

Squeeze on school budgets

Mid Canterbury schools are among those having to slash teacher aide hours at the expense of students. A national New (more)

Kiwis for Irish farms

If two Irish farmers have their way, young Kiwis will be winging their way across the world to help fill yawning (more)

Trust dishes out the dosh

Over the past nine months more than $1 million has been given away to groups and organisations in the Ashburton (more)

Wildcard i-SITE idea

A wildcard, left-field idea could save Ashburton’s i-SITE from disappearing permanently from the inner town (more)

Sugary drink ban rejected

Attempts to have sugar sweetened beverages banned at council sponsored events and at council venues failed to gain (more)

Expect more extreme weather

Mid Canterbury likely to experience more extreme events due to climate change, but that does not mean every year (more)

New spuds for Christmas

Too much sun and too little rain may not have made a perfect potato growing season, but the team at Tinwald’s (more)

Learning life-saving skills

Allenton Four Square staff left work yesterday afternoon with some valuable new lifesaving knowledge. St John (more)

New man at the helm

The Mid Canterbury’s Hammers’ hunt for a new coach is over, calling on a local name in the form of Sean Carter (more)

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