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Dutch stall at Bite offers sweet treats

By Mick Jensen There are two sweet treats to try at a Dutch food stand at this year's Multi Cultural Bite. The February 6 celebration will...

Mighty haul for young bowler

Richard Turpie has kept the ball. It still has some shine. It is in his room at his parents' Lyndhurst farm, and it is the ball...

Three die in city crash

Three people died in Christchurch last night after fleeing from police. At 11:13pm a vehicle was seen speeding in the CBD. A pursuit commenced but was...

Honour for cycling mainstay Don

By Mick Jensen Tinwald Cycling Club stalwart Don Kirdy has mentored cyclists, looked after the velodrome, mown lawns and painted tracks. Now he has been recognised...

Sculptures take shape

Impressive wire and fabric sculptures came to life at a workshop held at the Methven Summer School on Monday. The Paverpol Garden Sculpture class was...

Brian, a man of many parts

By John Keast Brian Smith reckons his best "school" book was about the Pratt and Whitney radial engine. As a lad, he read it and re-read...

Growing ideas about vegetables

Garden glory: George Creech, 5, of Mayfield, Lola Creech, 4, Benjamin Wood, 5, of Timaru, and Ashton Crawford, 9, of Timaru, and Fletcher Palmer,...

Cloudy day but a bright outcome

The weather may have waylaid skydiving record seeker Steve Gregor's attempt to make a hundred jumps in a day and break a national record,...

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...
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