The community is divided over the future of the concrete arbours, dubbed whalebones, in (more)
It’s been a long time coming, but Tina Simply The (more)
Six years ago establishing a hospice in Mid Canterbury (more)
Between them, five members of the Hinds community have given more (more)
Gerard O’Reilly will have the weight of a presidency bearing down on him when he steps out onto the Methven Racecourse today (more)
The Silver Ferns celebrated the return of international netball with a 58-45 win over England in the Cadbury Netball Series opener in (more)
Ashburton College came up short in their second round ARA Championship One Day clash against North West in Ashburton on (more)
Native plantings not only look good, they can also improve crop yields by attracting a wider range of crop pollinators and (more)
A project that is now in its second stage is significantly Improving both the quality and quantity of ground water in the Hinds (more)
Farmers are anxiously waiting to see whether or not Labour will choose to govern alone or bring in the Green Party.
In one of (more)
Grief is difficult enough for adults, let alone children and teenagers.
“Grief comes in so many forms,” says Connie Quigley (more)
About 380 more Mid Canterbury pupils will be able to access free lunches in schools next year as a government programme rolls out (more)
All the eligible schools in Mid Canterbury have opted in to the Government’s donations scheme again for 2022.
There are 13 (more)
Today we should have been gearing up for one of the biggest parties in town.
A two-day event, where the town meets the country and almost (more)
This week our district councillors took a look at a document that could change the shape of Ashburton’s town centre.
That document was (more)
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