There’s no need to go hungry if you can not buy your own groceries and cook your own meals.
And that (more)
Federated Farmers is about to launch a special support group for Mid (more)
Station cat PJ might not be so keen on the new surroundings, but (more)
For Joanne Wakelin, the enjoyment of being a volunteer (more)
The Coronation Target Shooting Club’s annual open championship on Sunday attracted a top field from around the South Island, but (more)
Kane Peters fights his way through the Allenton defence during his Rakaia senior B rugby side’s 29-7 win at the Rakaia Domain on (more)
When the All Blacks take on the world at the Rugby World Cup later this year, I won’t be watching it live.
Unlike 40,000-odd other New (more)
Federated Farmers is about to launch a special support group for Mid Canterbury farmers under surveillance for suspected mycoplasma bovis in (more)
Bill Nicholas is never happier than when he’s yarding sheep with his best mate Gem.
She’s a six-year-old heading dog who (more)
Mid Canterbury farms under stock movement restrictions over winter because of mycoplasma bovis will have support, Ashburton Mayor Donna Favel (more)
Book week at Tinwald School got off to a different start for students on Monday, with students looking to the skies instead of (more)
Ashburton schools are combining classes as the perfect storm of a dwindling pool of relieving teachers and winter illnesses takes its (more)
Their second half was probably the best they’ve played all season, but it wasn’t enough to save Mid Canterbury Combined from (more)
A little is better than nothing, and in the case of our volunteer firefighters the news of some funding being made available to those on the (more)
Two contrasting items in the Ashburton Guardian on Saturday of June 15 caught my attention. On page 12 you printed an article (more)
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