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Man fined in fish officer scam

A Kaikoura man has been fined for pretending to be a Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) fishery officer and extorting money from tourists who...

Harry’s success trumpeted

By Toni Williams Harry Bremner's dedication and service to Ashburton Silver Band was recognised when he was awarded the Brass Band Association of New Zealand's...

Crash on Rakaia bridge

Emergency services are responding to a crash between two cars on the Rakaia Bridge, SH 1, which occurred at around 10am today. There are no...

Police name those killed in crash

Police have named the three people who died following a crash at the intersection of Mitcham Road and Hepburns Road, Ashburton, on Monday morning. They...

Rogainers hit the hills

More than 200 athletes took to the hills behind Woodbury in South Canterbury on Sunday for the sixth Geraldine Rogaine Autumn Muster....

Three die in Ashburton crash

Three people have died following a crash at the intersection of Mitcham Road and Hepburns Road, Ashburton this morning. A fourth person has suffered critical...

Neighbours get together

By Mick Jensen Neighbours in a quiet corner of Tinwald enjoy twice yearly gatherings where they share stories, food and take part in a friendly...

An idea for deer – it’s the Hinds hinds

By Mick Jensen Rakaia has the salmon, Ohakune the carrot, Springfield the doughnut and now Hinds has its own eye-catching sculpture - a pair of...

Late bloomer George in his stride as he approaches 90

By Mick Jensen Approaching his 90th birthday, water-colourist George Coppard is looking forward to his first solo art exhibition. Around 30 of his works, all watercolours...

Faces from the past, a glass act

By John Keast They stare from the past, and these faces - children, soldiers, women, pets - were nearly lost. Now, 760 portraits salvaged from glass...
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