Waiting is the hardest part.
For the Dirks family of Methven, waiting could best be described as (more)
Pastor’s Brendan and Amy Abernethy’s home is no (more)
Aviation is part of Russell Brodie’s DNA.
In an era when you can operate a business from a laptop (more)
One of my first jobs as a sports journalist when working in Christchurch was handling the Youth Sport section each week.
It was a page (more)
After close to 15 years in the abyss, Mid Canterbury tennis is staring down the barrel of something quite remarkable today at the (more)
Form guides in Mid Canterbury A Grade tennis count for nothing today as the pool play stage of the competition comes to an end (more)
Mid Canterbury’s Five Star Beef feedlot is to be shut down, at least in part, to be decontaminated of cattle disease mycoplasma (more)
Farmers would have been largely unsurprised by the recent dip in unemployment figures.
The almost 800 jobs advertised in the dairy (more)
About 70 years of research data from the former Winchmore Research Station in Mid Canterbury have been put into an electronic (more)
Continued urban growth in the Allenton area is putting the squeeze on at Allenton Primary School.
Allenton school is a steadily growing (more)
There’s nothing better than receiving a new book when you start school.
The Ashburton Rotary Club thinks the same (more)
All primary, intermediate, and secondary students will now have access to free period products as of June this year.
Ashburton College (more)
Once completed, the Ashburton CBD redevelopment project will be praised for revitalising the town centre.
The only problem is that to go (more)
There’s one word to describe the relocation of radio and TV news services to Auckland.
The word is stupid.
TV news moved north about (more)
Exercise your little grey cells with our 10 daily quiz questions or tackle our fabulous online puzzles!