Tuesday, November 13, 2018

News

Councils invest in te reo Maori classes

Greater Christchurch councils have offered staff te reo Maori lesson and hundreds have taken up the offer.

Our People: Cup Day, pies and racing

Husband and wife horse ownership combo Philip and Glenys Kennard are going for their third straight New Zealand Trotting Cup title at Addington.

Travel: Bendigo

Rolling along the Midland Highway, an enduring beacon of creative excellence heralded my arrival into Bendigo.

Armistic billboard saved

When retired Fendalton wool merchant Keith Whitfield was at a rubbish burn-off in the 1940s, he saw a distinct piece of paper.

City council’s new policy – no surprises

There should not be any more unexpected revelations from the city council.

Investigation continues into death of electrician

An investigation continues into the death of 30-year-old electrician Tuainekore Uri-ke.

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