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Water feature may go to domain

Ashburton's East Street water feature not so go west, but north? The council on Thursday (June 27) will discuss the merits of shifting the water...

Deer milkers see bright future

By Toni Williams A lot of research and development has gone into the deer milking operation at Mt Somers, but now decisions need to be...

Salvation Army closes Ashburton centre

By Mick Jensen It's the end of an era for Ashburton Salvation Army's employment and education centre, with the doors to close permanently tomorrow. The Salvation...

Amy Adams to retire from politics

National MP Amy Adams, whose Selwyn electorate includes part of the Rakaia township, will retire from politics at the next election. She will retire from...

ECan rates to increase by 10.5 %

Environment Canterbury (ECan)has adopted the 2019/20 Annual Plan, confirming a 10.5% rate increase to fund transport, freshwater and biodiversity priorities. ECan concluded deliberations on the...

St John back to revamped base

By Toni Williams Staff from St John Ashburton have returned to base after working out of temporary premises as the station underwent a $700,000 upgrade. The...

CBD building springing up

Ashburton CBD's tallest building is springing up, with main contractor Bradfords piecing together the walls for two levels. To be called Murney Main after...

Coach Andre battling cancer

By Mick Jensen Respected Mid Canterbury tennis coach Andre van Rooyen has stepped back from the game to focus on serious health issues. Van Rooyen was...

A reader drops from the sky, it’s Book Week out of the blue

By John Keast It was Book Week at Tinwald School - and one of the readers dropped out of the sky. The school's children and teachers...

Who is this person?

Lake Tekapo Police would like to hear from anyone who recognises the female (pictured) in relation to a theft at a business premises on...
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