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A week of sacrifices ahead

  School days will be particularly challenging for Ashburton College student executive members (more)

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Family separated by Covid-19

  Level 4 lockdown was a stressful time for all, but when (more)

No word on basketball’s return to the court

  Basketball Mid Canterbury (BBMC) facilities remain (more)

Green light for Methven hot pools

  Methven Adventures Limited shareholders have decided to (more)

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No word on basketball’s return to the court

  Basketball Mid Canterbury (BBMC) facilities remain closed as it awaits further moves by the national organisation. However, the (more)

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Restrictions lifted on community sports

  The road back for community sport is now on the home stretch. The Government’s amendment of Alert Level 2 restrictions was (more)

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A new benchmark for Tinwald golf

  The Tinwald Golf Club have expressed its delight after it was gifted a memorial bench last week. The seat made from macrocarpa (more)

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Chip tsunami threatens local growers

  Potato growers fear a tsunami of overseas cheap chips could flood the New Zealand market, triggering job losses and closing (more)

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Dealing with a massive fiscal deficit

As the dust settles on the recent Budget, there are still many unanswered questions about the way ahead. What we know are that there have (more)

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RDR projects actively seeking funds

  With two major construction projects worth more than $300 million in the pipeline, including one scheduled to begin in September, (more)

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A week of sacrifices ahead

  School days will be particularly challenging for Ashburton College student executive members next week. On Tuesday, they will (more)

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Students are ‘number one priority’

Students might have been off school for more than seven weeks, but it’s their emotional well-being staff are putting at the top of the list as (more)

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Back to school after lockdown

  It was smiles all round at St Joseph’s Catholic School yesterday when the school year got under way again after (more)

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Letters to the Editor, May 27 2020

Shop local Shop local? Sure thing. In town Friday to pay an invoice at bnz, looked over at car and driver’s side tyre bit flat, off (more)

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Looking into a future no-one could have conceived

Few would have thought on January 1 that this brand new decade would quickly usher in huge pandemic and financial turmoil on a global (more)

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A district well served in Parliament

In order for our district to prosper, it’s important we have the right people in the right places to ensure our voice is heard. Sure, (more)

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