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Social media guru shares experience

By Mick Jensen Social media trainer Kyle Mulinder knows his way around online platforms and his eye-catching photos and video catch the eye of hundreds...

Spray-can artist Wongi transforms skate park

By Mick Jensen Renowned professional graffiti artist Wongi Wilson has been adding his art and style to the walls at Ashburton Skate Park. The Christchurch-based artist...

Shear and share alike

Cancer Support Group, Breast Cancer Foundation NZ and Prostate Cancer Foundation NZ took home a share of $90,000, raised through the Shear for Life...
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Look out, it’s welly hurling

Ashburton mayor Donna Favel, ceo Hamish Riach, Ashburton College principal Ross Preece, food writer Allyson Gofton, radio host Phill Hooper and three-year-old Angus Rickard...

Alarm bells at Ashburton lakes

By Toni Williams Results of a Department of Conservation (DOC) restoration and conservation project on the Ashburton Lakes are ringing alarm bells for the Ashburton...

Water restrictions lifted

All level one and two water restrictions in place across the Ashburton District have been lifted, effective immediately. Residents connected to Council-owned water supplies in...

Students bake up storm to help with city tragedy

By Mick Jensen Students at Hinds School have baked biscuits and made cup cakes to raise money for the victims of the Christchurch shootings -...

Mid Canty’s best caught

By Mick Jensen The best Mid Canterbury has to offer has been captured on film for a tourism promotion video that aims to showcase the...

New face at marae

By Mick Jensen Lara Reihana has been confirmed as Hakatere Marae's first co-ordinator. The mother of three started in the 20 hours per week role on...

Work’s just the job for these two

By John Keast Alice Wright remembers seeing her first pay in the bank and thinking she could pay the rent, the bills, and be able...
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