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Muslims find direction in old church

By Mick Jensen A former Methodist church in Tinwald is being revamped and repainted and is set to become the South Island's fourth mosque. The building,...

Forsyths notch up 60 years of marriage

By Mick Jensen There were cards of congratulations from the Queen, Bill English and Jo Goodhew, but Doug and Rena Forsyth celebrated 60 years of...

Fiona makes plea on bowel cancer

By Mick Jensen Fiona Cullen was denied a colonoscopy twice despite showing all the signs of bowel cancer, but far from angry, she is keen...

Motorcyclists cutting up cycle track

The motorcycle wheels have cut deep in this section of track. It makes Allan Kelly cross. He is chairman of Bike Geraldine, and the tracks along...

Culinary skills on show

Youngsters at BASE have packed in a variety of activities, including craft, swimming, the movies, yoga and cooking, into a busy school holiday programme. Held...

Charging station now for Ashburton

By Mick Jensen Ashburton's new electric vehicle charging station has been officially opened and it is already being used by a steady flow of users. Located...

End near for recycling era at Rakaia

By Mick Jensen Rakaia's self-managed recycling will come to an end when wheelie bins are introduced into the township from September 1. Dozens of volunteers have...

Talent extended for show

By Mick Jensen Young singing talent will be extended and showcased when Big Little Theatre Company members perform the exciting musical show Children of Eden...

Veteran fire ace Selwyn bows out

By Mick Jensen There will be no more call-outs for Selwyn Allred. He is bowing out after 50 years of service to the Methven Volunteer Fire...

Bin scheme to Ashburton College to reduce litter

By Mick Jensen A new bin scheme to encourage students to litter less and recycle more will be introduced at Ashburton College from the start...
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