Jamie Smitheram found the line the strongest in a two-up sprint to claim victory in the Tinwald (more)
There might not be anybody missing, but that will not (more)
When managing a collection of photographs six million (more)
The Simon Adlam-trained Bromac Hype (Carl Markham) on (more)
Jamie Smitheram found the line the strongest in a two-up sprint to claim victory in the Tinwald Cycling Club’s, 45km handicap (more)
About 2000 people lined the banks of Lake Hood to see powerboat racing action on Saturday, and they were not (more)
The Simon Adlam-trained Bromac Hype (Carl Markham) on the inside has her rivals covered in a learners’ pace at the Mt Hutt (more)
Sunshine and no strong winds are what Methven cropping farmer Darryl Hydes has requested for the next few weeks of harvest.
The Federated (more)
WorkSafe is urging farmers to make health and safety part of their everyday thinking, rather than just a compliance issue, following six rural (more)
Mid Canterbury farmers are being encouraged to open their gates to the public as part of a nationwide Open Farm Day on Sunday, March 1.
Months of waiting finally come to an end yesterday for the 638 students from Mount Hutt College and Ashburton College who were entered for (more)
Ashburton’s Judy Jemmett is retiring after a working life dedicated to education. She catches up with Guardian reporter Sue (more)
When Mark Gleason arrived in Ashburton back in 1971 he intended to stay one year and then head back to Christchurch; 49 years (more)
If you’re anything like me, then you’ll have a little bit of a love - hate relationship with airports and the way that flights are (more)
The New Year brings out the same stories every year, including the list of rejected baby names from the year before.
Sometimes comedic or (more)
You might notice something a little bit different with this year’s first edition of YOU.
It’s probably not quite what you’re used (more)
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