Sunday, December 17, 2017

Missing Linwood boy found

A nine-year-old boy who went missing from Linwood has been found.
'Perhaps attention should turn to the prosecution decision itself – who makes the call and what are the appropriate guidelines?'
A decision has been made to delay public consultation on restrictions to help solve Canterbury University parking issues.
Three Hornby High School students have won a national application building competition.

Cashmere wins polo champs

Cashmere High's year 10 water polo team won the B Grade title at the South Island junior secondary schools championships.

Papanui student heading overseas for baseball tourrnment

Papanui High student Owen Dabkowski has been selected to play for the Super City Spartans in the Gold Coast Summer Classic Baseball Tournament in Australia in January.

South title in five years on the line for Pride

The Canterbury United Pride are one step away from their fourth title in five years and continued dominance of the National Women's League.

Young cops in the making take on police fitness test

Four Marshland School pupils are on their way to being as fit as a police officer.

Crafts, swimming and laughter on orientation day

Next year's new Selwyn House pupils got a taste of what the school would be like at its annual orientation day.

Getting to know Ellesmere College’s new head girl

Ellesmere College has announced its new leadership team for next year with Fylgia Romero taking the role as head girl. She spoke to year 13 student and chief editor of the school’s magazine Nicole Ashby

New service opens from city to Hong Kong

Take the direct route to Asia on Cathay Pacific

Ben & Jerry ice cream popping up in Christchurch

Ben & Jerry's is opening in Christchurch. And it is going to be free.
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Style featurette: Trying to teach polo to a reporter? It ain’t...

Charlie Wood from the Style polo team thought he would be able to teach reporter Gordon Findlater how to play. What resulted wasn't pretty but fortunately Style editor Kate Preece was on hand to bring bit of class back to the lesson.

Watch: Bet your teachers don’t dance like this

It is that heady time of year for teachers where school is nearly out and they can begin to cut loose.

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