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Man in serious condition after falling in concrete

A man is in a serious condition after falling in concrete on Monday.

Greendale’s Marie Michael recognized for hard work

Marie Michael has been recognised for her hard work at the Greendale Golf Club by winning the administrator of the year award at the Canterbury Golf awards.

Jump Jam kids get fundraising

Lincoln Primary School is aiming to get three of its top teams to this year's national Jump Jam competition in Auckland.

Pupils hunt down clues

From celebrating the importance of trees to winning an inter-school science and technology challenge - it has been a busy time at West Melton School.

Waihora tip-up champions

Waihora have tuned the tides on recent Combined Country champions Southbridge with a 29-24 win just a fortnight after they lost to their rivals.

No plan yet for road repair

Residents could be waiting as long as a decade to have a bumpy piece of road fixed.

Darfield students dig deep to help KidsCan

Year 8 students at Darfield High School are on a mission to start up a gardening project to raise money for KidsCan.

Our People: Of a snobby Beagle Norman and battling Crohn’s

Lydia Gliddon, 31 owns Darfield’s The Fat Beagle Cafe. The Kirwee resident discusses living with Crohn’s disease and the special "snobby"dog she named her cafe after.

Police start search of landfill in missing man case

Police are using army personnel to search the Kate Valley Landfill on Thursday for clues for the whereabouts of Christchurch missing man Michael McGrath.

Southbridge win third title

As Southbridge captain Shannon Donald lined up a penalty in the dying minutes of the Luisetti Cup final, his hands were shaking, nerves were shot and he copped a verbal spray from the opposition supporters.