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Magic mark looking for Ricky

  When you’ve won nearly 3000 races, victories on a winter’s Sunday afternoon probably (more)

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Market rates for new airport tenants

  Growing interest for hangar space at Ashburton Airport (more)

St Luke’s organ reaches its centenary

For about 30 years, young Anglican boys from Hinds would pump the (more)

Lessons learnt from early defeats

  Free throws, apparently they win basketball (more)

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Magic mark looking for Ricky

  When you’ve won nearly 3000 races, victories on a winter’s Sunday afternoon probably don’t rate right up there in terms of (more)

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Lessons learnt from early defeats

  Free throws, apparently they win basketball matches. And if the Ashburton College boys’ basketball team didn’t know it (more)

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Winning the only option for Celtic

  If rugby was played on paper, you’d expect a good day out for Mid Canterbury sides in the Combined Country Rugby competition (more)

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Mid Canterbury still an M. bovis hotspot

  Mid Canterbury remains a hotspot for mycoplasma bovis, with one new case identified in the district, while other remaining (more)

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Rural mental health seminar in Ashburton

  Media personality Matt Chisholm is guest speaker at an Ashburton seminar aimed at providing people servicing the agricultural (more)

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Risk of farming ‘disengagement’

  MHV Water says there are concerns the views of the rural community are continuously being neglected by central government. It (more)

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Champions for environmental change

  The motivated group of young people who are looking to make a positive difference to Mid Canterbury’s environment. The (more)

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Former Ashburton College students reconnect

  There was an epiphanal moment when Peter Gluyas met Bill Calder and Jenni Moore at the weekend. He hadn’t seen them for more (more)

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MHC to develop cellphone policy after pair suspended

Mount Hutt College has confirmed it does not have a cellphone policy as it continues to review the impact of digital devices on school (more)

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A poppy for your place

See that sign? It’s impressive and stands out. It’s also commemorative. We’ve recently commemorated Anzac Day. Now here’s a (more)

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Finally – a return to hypocrisy

You can’t have it both ways. In a year when I thought the fight had gone out of Wellington and MPs were putting in as much performance (more)

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Will Watling be rightly remembered as a great?

When did it become that just being good at your job wasn’t enough to see you regarded as great? Like most of the cricketing world, the (more)

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