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Matilda models real-life birth

Agri Training is offering its state-of-the-art training cow Matilda to people in the dairy industry looking to train staff ahead of the calving season. Made...

Plans for new airport near Tarras

Christchurch Airport is about to begin discussions on the potential of building a world-class sustainable airport on 750 hectares of land near...

This week’s A grade basketball action

Here's the action from Basketball Mid Canterbury's men's A grade this week, thanks to Brian Kerr: First game was Nomads taking on Team Donkey. Buoyed...

Back on home turf

Hockey NZ high performance network coach Aaron Ford was back on home turf this week taking premier grade's best players through their paces at...

Bombers here for flights

The world's only airworthy Avro Anson MK 1 bomber and a Russian fighter Yak 3 plane called Full Noise will be landing at Ashburton...

Welcome bears await refugees

Handmade teddy bears with unique features and personalities are ready and waiting for their forever homes. The bears are the work of members of the...

New spot for caffeine fix

A new coffee spot as sprung up off Burnett Street. Owners Gareth and Jamie Cadogan spend Saturday nights running the Print Room nightclub and have...

Crime-stoppers seek helpers

The crime-stopper group Ashburton Town Watch is urgently seeking more volunteers. Numbers are so low the group can only cover Saturday nights; the trained volunteers...

Local covid testing centre closes

Ashburton's covid testing centre will be closed from tomorrow, on the back of low numbers referred for testing. The community-based assessment centre was sent up...

New eatery for Tinwald complex

Smart, new Tinwald restaurant Alluvial has opened its doors for business. Owner Greg King says the restaurant name aligns well with the fertile Canterbury Plains. His...
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