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Firefighter Amy signs up for leg-buster

Personal trainer Amy Ferguson has been getting a few odd looks when she works out on the stairclimber at the EA Networks Centre gym. It's...

Work skills save at-risk youth

Starfish Enterprise is looking for businesses to help at-risk youth in the community get into work. The Ashburton-based initiative is the brainchild of Mahu and...

Master bakers share real-life cooking skills

Mid Canterbury Rural Women are passing on real life cooking skills to interested pupils in their annual Cook and Eat holiday programme. It is a...

Build inspires new generation

What are you dooooing? Builders working on major renovations at Ashburton Baptist Preschool get this question a lot from the youngsters who look through the...

Barbora’s call of the wild

Barbora Padertova is on a mission. She is walking the 1300km South Island leg of the Te Araroa trail, raising money for Heart Kids Canterbury...

Annette’s life blooms around the silver band

Annette Hunt is not one to blow her own trumpet; she has a baritone horn and is an experienced musician. She has been with the...

Change planned for viaduct

The Tinwald viaduct will become a one way, left turn only on to State Highway 1 under proposed plans to improve road safety and...

Methven Rugby celebrates 125 years

Methven Rugby Club will celebrate 125 years this season and time is running out for people to register for an anniversary event. Registration for that...

Ashburton vege grower feeds the world

It's been a hive of activity at Lovett Family Farms with carrots, potatoes, beetroot and onions being harvested and sent to markets. The company, owned...

Building bricks of Rakaia history

The good Catholic women of Rakaia are ensuring the history of their church and school is not lost by creating a public memory walk...
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