Top news >
Olsen coming to breakfast

He’s something of a mover and a shaker as far as economists go (more)

Chance to roar against Point

(more)

Shooters return with smiles

(more)

top farming news
Crusaders coach tackles well-being with farmers

    Make sure you have someone to talk to when life gets tough. That was the key message from Crusaders’ coach Scott (more)

top farming news
Gilberts without prize ayrshire cow for dairy show

    Mid Canterbury’s Gilbert family are again making the long journey to exhibit at the New Zealand Dairy Event at (more)

top farming news
Wet spell may dent early crop yields

Mid Canterbury arable farmers are counting the cost of an extended spell of wet weather in early December which may have dented yields in (more)

top schools news
Summer School runs at a loss

  A lack of vaccination passes affected attendance at Methven’s Summer School this year. Several tutors from outside the (more)

top schools news
AIS defends vaccine pass ruling for camp

Ashburton Intermediate is defending its call to implement vaccine requirements for a school camp early next year. Principal Brent Gray (more)

top opinion news
Shown up by a 5-year-old

  What is an agate?  Agate is a common rock formation, consisting of chalcedony and quartz as its primary components, with a (more)

top opinion news
Genes, luck and hope

Happy New Year and well done you,  . .  you’ve made it into 2022. Christmas, among other things, tells us to start to apply the (more)

top opinion news
Closure, after the darkest of times

For vastly different reasons this has been an emotionally raw time of reflection for Ashburton’s Shona McGrath and Jason (more)

×