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Still no permanent home

The Ministry of Social Development has yet to identify a permanent location for Ashburton’s new Work and Income (more)

Dream role

John Peneycad is realising a life-long dream, playing the debonair secret agent James Bond. The 32-year-old is (more)

Celts upset front-runners

The 2017 edition of the Watters Cup has turned up its first upset, with Celtic taking down co-holders Rakaia, while (more)

Labour approach ‘suicidal’

A national trout fishing organisation says the Labour Party’s reversal of its policy on charging commercial users (more)

Gareth Morgan stops by

Could it be that The Opportunities Party (TOP) founder Gareth Morgan has mastered the politician’s art of not (more)

A digital connectivity mission

A group of Canterbury district mayors and Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy visited rural Mid Canterbury (more)

Branching out

Ashburton barrister Paul Bradford has become the town’s first barrister, solely specialising in criminal, traffic (more)

No solution to erosion

There are no solutions to stem widespread erosion which has claimed almost 50 metres of coastline near the Hakatere (more)

Final night a cracker

Excitement buzzed in the air as the children arrived on stage for the final night of the Music Festival (more)

Career expo a success

Just what to dedicate one’s life to is a huge decision, and it is what Mount Hutt College students gave some (more)

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