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A Princely tale remembered

  There’s a very good reason why Ashburton’s Robyn Stockdale says she’s been “in (more)

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Ashburton makes a big splash

  Ashburton sure knows how to make a splash. More than (more)

A knighthood for Sheppard

  Some very young students from Rakaia School are (more)

Home track advantage

  Gus Hurrell took full advantage of a little home track (more)

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Ashburton makes a big splash

  Ashburton sure knows how to make a splash. More than 300 competitors converged on the EA Networks Centre pools on the weekend (more)

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Home track advantage

  Gus Hurrell took full advantage of a little home track knowledge to claim victory in Mid Canterbury Bowls Open Junior Singles on (more)

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Happy hunting ground for MC United

  Smiles all round, and the season finally under way. Mid Canterbury United’s two senior football sides will head into this (more)

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‘Misinformation’ driving nitrate fears – ECan rep

A local Environment Canterbury (ECan) councillor has described concerns around a Mid Canterbury irrigation scheme renewal as the result of (more)

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Support for Hinds MAR

  The majority of ratepayers at last week’s community meetings on the Hekeao/Hinds Managed Aquifer Recharge targeted rate (more)

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Methane’s different warming impact still not accounted for

Federated Farmers is very concerned the Climate Change Commission’s draft advice to the government on emissions budgets puts a much bigger (more)

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A knighthood for Sheppard

  Some very young students from Rakaia School are determined to get New Zealand’s most famous suffragist Kate Sheppard a (more)

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Big winners from annual coastal challenge

  There was no novelty-sized cheque presentation of the proceeds from the 2020 Longbeach Coastal Challenge. Instead the event’s (more)

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Charlie’s chair is a real winner

  Charlie Lawn has put his mark on Hampstead School and, quite frankly, he doesn’t even know by how much. Charlie had a (more)

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Duke’s legacy lives on

He once described himself as the world’s most experienced plaque-unveiler. There was probably some truth to that tongue in cheek (more)

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Letters to the Editor, April 14 2021

Ashburton Bridge location Make your voice heard! The council is currently consulting on their Long Term Plan which includes important (more)

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A shot in the arm

Vaccination, vaccination. Say it fast enough and with some sort of rhythm and it almost sounds like it could turn into a hot potato, hot (more)

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