An Irish dairy farm worker who crashed into a tree backwards after falling asleep at the wheel while driving (more)
When the country moved back to Alert Level 2 it meant many (more)
Final strengthening work and internal refurbishments kick off (more)
Some healthy competitive spirit among rival golf clubs is set to feed (more)
Some healthy competitive spirit among rival golf clubs is set to feed into this weekend’s matchplay event – the first of its kind since (more)
Organisers of the Canterbury Duathlon Series have confirmed its first race will go ahead next weekend.
However they say the (more)
Further challenges could still be in store for community rugby volunteers without a softening of Covid-19 restrictions.
A number of matters have been rushed through the parliamentary process following Covid-19. Some of these are sensible, and (more)
Rangitata MP Andrew Falloon is pleased Government has deferred introduction of a blanket nationwide nitrogen limit in freshwater reforms (more)
Just recovering from having the family’s dairy herd culled as part of the mycoplasma bovis eradication programme, Mid Canterbury (more)
It might not have involved a trip to Auckland to meet face-to-face with the people she was discussing and debating the world’s issues with, (more)
It’s taken 10 years, but finally teacher aides are moving closer to receiving a wage that recognises the value of their work, says Mid (more)
Property Brokers are renown getting behind Ashburton County Lions Toot For Tucker community foodbank drive, so when lockdown left local (more)
We’re two weeks into Covid-19 Alert Level 2 and, for many of us, weekends are starting to feel distinct from weekdays again.
It was (more)
It’s pretty easy to feel frustrated right now, isn’t it?
You’ve sacrificed a lot over the past few months and been told it’s for (more)
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