Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Overturned truck and trailer blocks North Canterbury road

A truck and trailer unit has overturned closing State Highway 7 in North Canterbury.
Kirwee's chief fire officer is calling for speeds to be lowered on the main road within the township.
A school closed as part of the Government's controversial Canterbury schools shake-up has now reopened as a community hub.
Free dental services such as extractions and fillings are on offer to those living in Linwood and surrounding areas.

Little mistakes cost Canterbury Country

The defensive handbook was thrown out the window with Canterbury Country under-18 losing 46-31 to Tasman under-18 in West Melton on Saturday.

St Andrew’s make splash at swimming nationals

St Andrew's College took home a number of medals in the New Zealand secondary school swimming championships including best co-ed school and placing second with their boys' team.

Bowls: NZ teams named for Trans-Tasman series

Mandy Boyd will return to the Blackjacks for the Trans-Tasman series after taking time off to look after her newborn daughter.

Pirates of the Curry Bean for school show

Pirates of the Curry Bean was Kirwee Model School's latest production.

Empowering women through poetry

A year 12 student's poem about empowering women took out a significant poetry award.

Girl power cleans up reserve

Armed with spades, wheelbarrows and rubbish bags, Girl Guides and Soroptomists joined forces to clean up a Cashmere reserve.

Fitness advice for the working man

Fitness advice for the working man.

WIN: A double pass to The Changeover movie

Enter to win a double pass to Margaret Mahy's supernatural romance 'The Changeover'.

Best 5 things to do in Christchurch this weekend

Christchurch is a hive of activity this weekend. Here are a few things to get you started on your week buzz!

The 80-20 nutrition principle for long-term results

So much of healthy living lies in achieving the right balance. Elly McGuinness talks us through some small changes that can make all the difference.

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