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Pow signs off at Ashburton College

He's a "legend" and has been an advocate for the German language at Ashburton College for close to four decades, but Ken Pow is...

Christian school 10 years old

By Mick Jensen Ashburton Christian School (ACS) has come a long way since its establishment almost 10 years ago and further expansion plans are on...

History etched on a shed

History is on the walls where the firemen worked. Names. Initials. What appears to be chevrons. The markings are on the inside of walls of the old "new"...

Medal for food star Trish

By Mick Jensen While her aqua fitness mates are discussing where to go on their next holidays after a session in the pool, Trish McLaren...

Wayward hen inspires author

Janet Harding was driving to Arthur's Pass when the muse took her. A story formed in her mind, based on events unfolding at her place...

Owner seeks to remove listing from building

By Mick Jensen Redmond Retail Ltd wants to remove the Heritage A listing on the Cates grain store building it owns on West Street, Ashburton. An...

Convener no stranger to big community events

By Mick Jensen It's her first year as the co-ordinator of Ashburton cultural celebration Multi Cultural Bite, but Philippines-raised Ida Casipit is no stranger to...

Darts ace Craig aiming for the top

By Mick Jensen Beekeper Craig Ross - aiming for the top in world darts.Fairton beekeeper Craig Ross has dusted off his darts and will shortly...

Presents galore for children

Around 180 Mid Canterbury children involved with Birthright Canterbury Trust will benefit from wrapped presents left around the Christmas tree at the Heartland Bank,...

All Blacks poet offers poems to readers

All Blacks poet John Richard Bryan received such a positive response to a story on his verse and charity support which featured in The...
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