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Sally-Anne hooked on pole fitness

Rakaia’s Sally-Anne Parris is hooked on pole fitness and as well as teaching it, she has recently enjoyed her first competition. The busy mother of...

Cash boost for young minds

Some of the brightest young minds with links to the Ashburton district were awarded 32 scholarships worth $88,000 on Tuesday night. The Advance Ashburton Charitable...

Keep your cool, it’s going to be hot!

Mid Cantabrians are being urged to keep cool and hydrated during a stretch of sweltering temperatures forecast for the region during the first half...

Research paper documents Canterbury coastal erosion

Scientists from Malta, Germany, Romania, New Zealand and the USA has used drones and satellite imagery to monitor a stretch of coastline near Ashburton...

Darracq restored to immaculate best

Gavin Hunt's restored 1903 Darracq represented state of the art technology in its day and it's still an eye-catcher. The car was bought many years...

Church sells rimu pews

Pews have been replaced with chairs at St David's Church in Allenton and there's a dozen or more for sale. The four-metre long pews have...

Cup is Formula One on water

Ashburton kitemaker and sailing enthusiast Peter Lynn says time is against American Magic as they pull out all stops to get their America's Cup...

Busy schedule for cycling starlet

Ashburton College cyclist Maddi Lowry has multiple events lined up at the Canterbury Track Cycling Championship later this month and is hoping once again...

Burnetts days recalled

Retired farmer and former mechanic Les Nell started working after school for Burnetts Motors Ltd in 1952. He was 13 years old and started...

Script ends for video store

It's a like a sad ending in a blockbuster movie; it's unwanted and tears have been shed. But after months of trying to make it...
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