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Sallies shop under repair

Repair work is well under way on the Ashburton Salvation Army Family Store. Last week a vehicle crashed through (more)

Toe-tappers well received

The second night of the Heartland Music Festival on Wednesday kicked off with rousing renditions of the national (more)

Skating rink on stadium radar

A climbing wall and an ice rink could be two new recreational options soon on offer in the Ashburton District as (more)

Moore Street solution needed

  One of Ashburton’s most congested stretches of road – Moore Street between (State Highway 72) between (more)

Pannett, Sivier to combine talents

Well-known Mid Canterbury performers Georgie Sivier and Wayne Pannett are pooling their artistic talents to bring a (more)

Entries up for art calendar highlight

New Zealand painter Michael Eaton flew in a helicopter around Mt Cook to get inspiration for his latest (more)

Daisy’s plight surprises Buttercup

Hey my name’s Buttercup, and I thought I best write something following the letter from Daisy. I am part of a herd (more)

School choirs on stage

Young talent from throughout Mid Canterbury is being showcased this week at the Heartland Music Festival. The (more)

Firearms laws questioned

Botched evidential disclosure and the murky waters of New Zealand’s firearms laws made for a complicated court case (more)

Keas up to their tricks

About half a dozen kea have arrived at Mt Hutt for the ski season, and are once again up to their usual (more)

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