Thursday, May 25, 2017

Woman lucky to be alive after hitting horse

A motorist is lucky to be alive after she struck a horse with her car in Marshland on Wednesday morning.
A working party will be set up to look at the district's facilities available to cope with freedom campers.
A year on from winning the Strictly Sumner fundraiser Amy Barry is back dancing again, this time for another charity.
Designs for the new skate park in Lincoln have been released showing it will predominantly cater for children and amateur skaters.

Children focus of skate park

Designs for the new skate park in Lincoln have been released showing it will predominantly cater for children and amateur skaters.

Selwyn firefighters tough it out for charity

Four fire brigades from the Selwyn area have helped contribute to the national Firefighter Sky Tower Stair Challenge raising $1.25 million for Leukaemia & Blood Cancer New Zealand.

Children dismayed with amount of rubbish at ford

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

Scholarships from Feemasons for students

Burnside's George Moon and Harewood resident Olivia Shimasaki have been awarded a university scholarships.

Rolleston playground a hit for pupils

Clearview Primary School has celebrated the opening of its new playground.

St Andrew’s look to continue pushing the top four

St Andrew's have cracked the top four in the Connetics first XI football competition and will look to continue their winning ways when the meet Christchurch Boys' in round four on Wednesday.

Two tough football matches for Cashmere High

Cashmere High has two major football assignments this week - keeping the No1 spot in the Connetics first XI competition and winning the school's equivalent of the Ranfurly Shield.

Middleton and St Thomas battle for shield

The battle for the Connetics Shield between Middleton and St Thomas tomorrow night will be a tense affair with both teams looking to walk off the pitch with the shield and bragging rights.

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.

Forgotten world unforgettable

The commercial glory of the Forgotten World region may have long faded but the wrap-around scenery is deliriously good.

Ambitious comedy based on politics

It is clear the talented cast of the Canterbury Repertory Theatre's latest show has worked very hard to pull it off.

Recording studio’s fundraiser

Orange Studios needs $10,000 before it can be used, and it is hoping to get a hand from the public.

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