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Studying Rangitata’s silt and sediment

Scientists are expected to begin work soon on looking at how the Rangitata River may be affected by the accumulation of fine sediments, such...

Brown seeks mayoralty

Farmer and businessman Neil Brown seeks the Ashburton mayoralty. He joins Leen Braam, Tony Todd and sitting mayor Donna Favel in the race. Mr Brown is...

Japanese exchange students here

Thirty students from Tokorozawa Kita High School in Japan are enjoying a taste of life and school in Mid Canterbury as part of long-standing...

Allenton School rebuild overdue

By Mick Jensen A major rebuild and refurbishment of Allenton School over the next few years is long overdue and will mean a "bit of...

Boughs, bluebells, history galore

The garden at historic Terrace Station near Hororata has surprises at every turn - a view through a clipped hedge, boughs of great trees,...

Cost of food production to rise – farmers nervous

Toni Williams The cost of food production is set to increase as New Zealand's agricultural industry faces scrutiny trying to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. It's causing...

Edmund crowned champion

Young croquet players from Mid Canterbury have performed with distinction at the U21 Golf Croquet World Championship in Nottingham, England, with Edmund Fordyce crowned...

Christian school eyes secondary expansion

By Toni Williams Ashburton Christian School is looking to set up a formal enrolment scheme and expand to include a high school. If approved the school,...

WI members have quilting covered

By Toni Williams Members of the Mid Canterbury Federation of Women's Institutes (WI) took to the sewing machines last week to begin their latest project...

Connecting, learning at basics expo

Rain on Saturday did not deter a good turnout of people at the annual Back To Basics Expo. Held in the New Life Church building...
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