Waihora took out Saturday’s all-Ellesmere encounter against Burnham/Dunsandel/Irwell at Tai Tapu Domain.
Firefighters helped free a baby who had locked themselves in a bathroom.
A group of youths started a fire in a Rolleston school on Thursday night.
The West Melton Residents’ Association is planning to purchase its second speed indicator device and rotate it throughout the town to slow traffic.
Alcohol and sports gear were targeted in two burglaries of sports clubs in the Selwyn district.
The level of potentially toxic algae in the lake has dropped.
A free and independent advisory service to assist North Canterbury residents with earthquake insurance claims will be setup with Government funding.
Hit by a torpedo, the merchant navy oil tanker John Carr was in sank, leaving him and his crew mates in lifeboats waiting for rescue.
The Prebbleton Heritage group is holding annual Anzac Day displays each year from 2014 to 2018 to mark the centenary of World War 1. It has been updated this year to commemorate the events of 1917.
Double bronze Paralympics medalist William Stedman will visit Sport Canterbury’s Active Kids holiday programme at Rolleston on April 28.
After-match functions during the winter sports season will be targeted in a bid to curb drink driving and road trauma.
Lincoln resident June Burney is heavily involved in the community through music and the local farmers and craft market. She spoke to Tom Doudney about her cookie business, the song she wrote after the February 2011 earthquake and more.
Year 3 children in Rolleston School's Room 16 dressed as characters from the famous Dr Seuss story 'Cat in the Hat' recently.
Recent significant rainfall in recent weeks has seen the Selwyn/Waikirikiri River flowing under State Highway 1 again - a rare sight during the last three years which have been dominated by drought.
A recent tour of properties at Hororata and Tai Tapu highlighted ecological restoration efforts across Selwyn.
The speed limits on Selwyn's roads will be reviewed over the next six weeks.
The Court Theatre’s youth ambassadors have been announced for the year with students from two Selwyn high schools chosen.
The group behind a bid to open a community art gallery in Leeston is seeking to negotiate a lower lease with the owner of the building it hopes to use.
Adam has known seven people who have been battling cancer. Two of his great grandfathers, a grandmother and a great grandmother had died of cancer. His great, great aunt and his friend’s mother are currently suffering from the disease.
If anyone is passionate about protecting biodiversity it’s Trevor and Heather Taege. Drop into their Kowai Bush sheep and beef farm, nestled behind Springfield, and you’ll be blown away by what this farming couple has achieved in just six years.