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Almost 80 years of education history disappeared when the infant block at Borough School was demolished.                     Photo Sue Newman

History demolished

Borough School’s last links with its 145-year-old past disappeared in just a few minutes last week. The (more)

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Coldstream in a thriller

Coldstream and Methven began their Muirhead Rosebowl chase with victories in Mid Canterbury senior cricket on (more)

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‘Art from within myself’

Port Chalmers-based artist, James Robinson, added the final touches to his new solo exhibition at the Ashburton Art (more)

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Tough calls for council

This week Ashburton District councillors took a long, hard look at the district’s next big ticket project, a new (more)

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Orientation day prepares students

The Mount Hutt College campus is once again alive with the sound of chattering children. On Friday, the college (more)

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Scammer ‘good at it’

The Cancer Society is warning against scammers after an elderly woman was harassed for donations. Jan Robinson, who (more)

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Warp speed internet – soon

Lake Hood, Methven and Rakaia will be winners when round two of the Government’s ultra fast broadband programme is (more)

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National champions

Mid Canterbury has two new national champions walking in its midst – champions of the tennis variety. In what (more)

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Knights downing their tools

After 25 years of engraving, cutting keys and locksmithing, Ian and Jenny Knight are putting down their (more)

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Family hitting the road

Gretchen Hart and John Thompson, will be hitting the road in their Triumph 2500 TC saloon tomorrow to take part in (more)


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