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Consultation starts over intensive farming rules

The public will get to have their say over draft changes to intensive farming rules in the new district plan.

Former mayor crashes car into cow

A former mayor crashed his Mercedes car into a cow.

Council’s crackdown on basketball hoops after Auckland incident

Have a backboard is an automatic fail for a council-installed basketball hoop.

Selwyn trio make NZ deaf lawn bowls team

A Selwyn deaf lawn bowls trio will have plenty of time to train together before they represent New Zealand together in January.

Stop sign unlikely to be installed at accident-prone intersection

The NZTA has turned down pleas to have a stop sign installed at an intersection.

Rolleston teen in Miss Universe NZ final

Six years ago Abigail Curd was a shy 13-year-old who struggled with being 'quiet' and 'awkward.'

A & P show makes M. Bovis decision for cattle classes

The Canterbury A & P Show has made its decision on whether cattle classes will still proceed in the wake of M. Bovis outbreak.l

Application withdrawn for bottle store

A company wanting to set up a bottle store in a Lincoln subdivision has now pulled out.

$2.7m expansion plan for aquatic centre could increase rates

An extra $2.7 million may be allocated to get the an aquatic centre's extension underway.

Unbeaten team dominates in round two

Broadfield A got bragging rights over the chasing pack in Selwyn premier netball by going unbeaten in round two,