Thursday, October 19, 2017

Is biking the solution to the parking problem around uni?

An Ilam resident would like to see more Canterbury University students and staff choosing sustainable options of transport like biking.
The Ellesmere A and P Spring Show has brought about record gate sales.
Chief fire officer Donald McMillan's 50 years service to the Southbridge Volunteer Fire Brigade was celebrated on Friday
A North Canterbury fire station was  damaged after it was allegedly hit by two vehicles.

‘Grimmy’ wins volunteer award

A debilitating syndrome and shattered ribs could not keep the man known as 'Grimmy' away from the Prebbleton Rugby Club.

Gapper named best women’s sevens player

Heathcote Valley's TeRauoriwa Gapper was named women's sevens player of the year at The Canterbury Rugby Awards Evening.

Murgatroyd wins top Ellesmere Rugby award

Tim Murgatroyd was the man of the moment at the Ellesmere rugby awards on Friday night, where he was named senior player of the year.

Holiday fun with Black Ferns

Some of the countries' top women players visited a Lincoln holiday programme.

Canterbury Rams mentor kids in free training camps

During the school holidays Youthtown and Canterbury Rams ran basketball camps for children and teenagers.

Themed activities for kids

Another week has brought round another week of fun for children on the Busy Bumbles Holiday Programme.

Croatian cruise

Naomi Spinsby-Wild walks through the cobbled streets of Dubrovnik, a place of surreal beauty – and heat.

Sculptures from rock

Anne Hudson explores the relationship between sculptures and the raw materials they derive from through the work of the talented Doug Neil.

Flying high with Cirkopolis

When Style touches base with Auckland-born circus artist Rosita Hendry she is performing Cirkopolis in Brazil, but from November 14-19, it is Christchurch’s turn to see this unique blend of circus, theatre and dance on stage at the Isaac Theatre Royal.

Men’s Grooming: A close shave

With spring upon us and summer waiting in line, the time has come to shed the winter woollies – and we’re talking about what's on your face.