Sporting dreams are fickle things. So many are harboured, but very few are, eventually, (more)
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Graham Gunn doesn’t have hidden talents. They’re (more)
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It’s not often that victory can lead to disappointment, but for Mark Jones that’s exactly what transpired last Sunday at (more)
Sporting dreams are fickle things. So many are harboured, but very few are, eventually, delivered. But there are exceptions, and (more)
For Margaret Butler, the biggest buzz she gets as a netball coach is from seeing players’ confidence and skills (more)
Peter Stewart doesn't want to be the first Ashburton A&P Show president not to run a show.
Twelve months after making the difficult (more)
A Mid Canterbury dairy farmer says he is just one of many who have lost skilled and experienced dairy staff to Australia because (more)
The Flood Recovery Fund provided by the Ministry for Primary Industries to assist in the cost of cleaning up after the May flood event is (more)
A three and four year wait for Allenton School and Ashburton Intermediate is finally over.
Fencing will be erected today around (more)
Ashburton College’s principal has dismissed controversial comments by a councillor who suggested the district’s young people had become (more)
Facemasks are the latest fashion accessory at school.
Schools around the district welcomed back students this week under Level (more)
Put your hand up if you love the odd late-night service station meat pie treat? Yep, thought so. Too many hands to count.
But this week, (more)
Recently I was handed, by a secret agent, an official looking letter addressed to me at my childhood family address at which I had not (more)
So suddenly New Zealand has been blamed for “killing’’ Pakistan cricket.
That was the emotional view of former Pakistan fast bowler (more)
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