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Old wheels set for special spin

Ashburton cyclist Donald Sutton is hoping he doesn’t have to change gears in his race this Saturday. He will have to get off his...

Robin rolls out new bowls season

Ashburton Club and MSA bowling section life member Robin Petrie had the honour of the first roll at the club’s opening day at the...

Crowd restrictions for Hammers game at Hinds

Spectators will be limited by covid restrictions to 100 when Mid Canterbury takes on North Otago in a senior representative rugby game at Hinds on...

A&P show canned over covid concerns

The Ashburton A&P Show, scheduled for next month, has been cancelled because of uncertainties about mass gatherings under ongoing covid restrictions. Show administrator Lucille Brown...

Tree climbers in their element

Arborists and other expert tree climbers swung from the trees and showed their skills at the South Island Regional Tree Climbing Competition in the...

Pauline’s book on grief tribute to son

Pauline Roberts has penned her first published book. It's a tribute to her late son and a guide to help others find joy in...

Busy sorting for Bookarama

The sorting effort has begun, and all going well, this year's Bookarama will be as big and busier as ever. Organisers, Ashburton Rotary Club, are...

Sallies take holistic approach

The Salvation Army is taking a new holistic approach to helping those in need in Ashburton and has brought all of its services under...

Festive forest to spread community cheer

A forest of Christmas trees will spring up in the Ashburton Trust Event Centre at the start of December. The artificial trees are part of...

Top games as finals campaign under way

Two cracker games marked the start of playoffs in the Mid Canterbury men’s A grade basketball competition this week. Here’s how Brian Kerr saw...
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