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MenzShed taking shape

The new-look MenzShed in William Street, Ashburton, is taking shape. Members have moved from their old site on the Methven Highway to a donated shed...

Yoga, tai chi held in unique setting

By Mick Jensen Local yoga and tai chi practitioners are enjoying the unique setting of the Ashburton Art Gallery for classes over the next three...

Bike park bid signed and sealed

By Mick Jensen A community-led bid to secure the future of Mt Hutt's Bike Park is unconditional and heralds the start of a new chapter...

More funds for rowing shed expansion project

By Mick Jensen A recent donation of $50,000 from Community Trust of Mid and South Canterbury has taken Ashburton Rowing Club closer to the finish...

Filipino Games given big tick

By Mick Jensen Around 700 competitors and their supporters descended on Ashburton at the weekend for the 2017 South Island Filipino Games. The two day event...

Art, music and food at The Triangle

By John Keast Julie met Stephen in The Triangle. She was the artist, he the musician and budding artist. She came to see his work - and...

Radiant’s great days recalled

The women wore cotton print dresses and bobby socks, and the men - or boys - had their hair in quiffs - and they...

In the pink at Methven

This sea of pink was an impressive sight at Methven Primary School last week, with the school coming together to back an anti bullying...

End of an era for Tinwald op shop

By Mick Jensen It's the end of an era for the Ashburton Methodist Parish goodwill shop in Tinwald, with its doors set to close on...

Lions memories rekindled

Rugby memories have been rekindled with the chance discovery of a match programme from the British Lions vs Mid Canterbury game played in Ashburton...
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