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Ukuleles strike chord in Geraldine

It started with a church band and a child and a ukulele. Now it is a festival set to fill Geraldine with musicians and music...

Art floods in for ASA exhibition

Art was delivered left, right and centre at Ashburton Art Gallery on Saturday on a very busy day for organisers of the 53rd annual...

Belles of the ball and gowns to match

By Mick Jensen Six students from Ashburton College will enjoy the Cinderella experience at tomorrow's school ball thanks to the support of the Once Upon...

Careers expo tick

By Mick Jensen Mount Hutt College's first ever careers expo event has been proclaimed a success and looks likely to be repeated. The Career Pathways Expo,...

Sports stars lauded

By Mick Jensen Sporting achievement has been recognised at a Summer Blues ceremony at Ashburton College. The whole school sat down on the college chessboard to...

Marae serves up a catering course

By Mick Jensen Ashburton's Hakatere Marae will soon offer a course in marae catering - the first time it has been offered in the South...

Time to beat the blues

By Mick Jensen The first 'Beating The Blues' workshop ran in Methven at the end of April and had an attendance of around 70 people. Held...

John ducks, but drake puts the bite on

By John Keast John Taylor has had it in the neck. But it's all part of the job for a poultry judge. Mr Taylor is a bird...

All go for karters

By Mick Jensen A big turnout of 52 karters enjoyed the thrills and spills of grass racing at the Ashburton Family Go Kart Club's monthly...

Support for a TimeBank

By Mick Jensen The concept of TimeBanks has been explained and explored and a Mid Canterbury TimeBank will be set up over the coming months. The...
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