Sunday, May 28, 2017

Comedians return to Lincoln

Some of New Zealand's top comedians will travel to Lincoln for a one night only comedy show in October.
Christine Wilson said goodbye after working with the Lyttelton Community House for a decade - after having to leave due to funding cuts.
A dangerous offender with a distinctive facial tattoo is...
It was not clear whether the pot plant was meant for the victim or their neighbour.

Key projects laid out for Selwyn

A health hub in Rolleston, a district-wide rate for storm-water and plans for an extension to the Selwyn Aquatic Centre are among key projects in the draft 2017-2018 Annual Plan.

Students on the airwaves

Audiences can now tune into a new radio station run by Lincoln High School students.

Sumner School pupils visit Samoa

Pupils from Sumner School had some "incredible" experiences when they visited Samoa. On May 13 a group of 20 pupils traveled to Samoa for an...

Author gives pupils some writing tips

A group of hopeful writers from Diamond Harbour School got to spend time with local author James Norcliffe.

Children dismayed with amount of rubbish at ford

Pupils at Springston School have spent the day cleaning up Chamberlains Ford.

Young athletes have success at tournament

Sports teams from Our Lady of the Star of the Sea School had success at...

Bays lead three way title race

A nil-all draw with defending Mainland Premier League champions Cashmere Technical has kept Ferrymead Bays at the top of the table.

Win means top six hopes for Sumner

Sumner's hopes of a top six finish in the first round of the Hawkins Cup are still alive following a gritty 11-10 win over Shirley at St Leonards Square.

Comedians return to Lincoln

Some of New Zealand's top comedians will travel to Lincoln for a one night only comedy show in October.

From watching movies to performing on stage

Singing some of Rodgers and Hammenstein's best work in Showbiz Christchurch's new show brings back fond memories for Nickie Wellbourn who grew up with parents dedicated to running picture theaters throughout Canterbury.

Uni students switch up musical theatre in new show

Canterbury University students Meghan Dunn and Alex McHugh have helped create a new cabaret show that puts a twist on traditional musical theatre.

New secret opium themed den and oyster bar

Jason Whitelaw has owned and worked in bars in the United Kingdom, and Australia. Now he is opening two new boutique bars on Victoria St.

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