Friday, April 28, 2017

Governors Bay boil water notice lifted

A boil water notice for Governors Bay has been lifted.
Police are looking for a person who shone a laser into a cockpit of a Mt Cook Airline flight on Thursday night.
A group of youths started a fire in a Rolleston school on Thursday night.
The Phillisptown community are just waiting for their new earth oven to dry before they fire it up and start cooking.

West Melton getting speed indicators

The West Melton Residents’ Association is planning to purchase its second speed indicator device and rotate it throughout the town to slow traffic.

Paralympian to visit Rolleston

Double bronze Paralympics medalist William Stedman will visit Sport Canterbury’s Active Kids holiday programme at Rolleston on April 28.

Rangi student’s life as a diplomat

Rangi Ruru Girls’ School student Georgina Reynolds will participate in this year’s United Nations youth ambassador programme.

School holiday programme beats boredom

Children in Lincoln, Rolleston, Leeston and Darfield have been making the most of the school holidays.

Holiday fun

Children on the Russley Rascals holiday programme have been making the most of the school holidays.

Waihora takes spoils

Waihora took out Saturday’s all-Ellesmere encounter against Burnham/Dunsandel/Irwell at Tai Tapu Domain.

UC Championship starts

This weekend will see the opening of the UC Championship with a number of schools getting their campaigns underway. Andrew King has a look at the opening round.

Selwyn schools in rugby tournament

A new secondary schools rugby tournament will be held over three rounds between Ellesmere College, Darfield High School, Geraldine High School and Mount Hutt College.

New writer’s show out of this world

After working in the performing industry for the past decade, Kathleen Burns has written her first stage show.

Racism experiences inspire speech

A student experienced used her own experience of racial discrimination in an award winning speech.

Visiting the mystical city of Edoras

The Kingdom of Rohan in our own back yard.

ANZAC play told through young eyes

High school students will delve into the topical discussion of the Gallipoli Campaign.

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