Monday, August 19, 2019


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

New venue, new owner and new experiences at Fete

A new owner, a new venue and some new experiences await people heading to this year’s Christmas Country Fete.

Township ‘shafted’ over chlorination of drinking water

A Hurunui District councillor says Hanmer Springs has been “shafted” over the council’s decision to chlorinate the town’s water supply.

Woman missing after failing to show up at work

A woman has been missing since June 18 and police are concerned.

Truck rolls in Hurunui

A truck has rolled in the Hurunui district.

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.

Alternate highway see public toilets taking a hammering

The alternate highway has put pressure on infrastructure with the toilets in particular taking a hammering since November.

Broken tooth in road rage incident

A road rage incident in Amberley has left a man with a broken tooth after he was punched by another motorist on Saturday.

First earthquake relief home arrives in Waiau

The first of four temporary homes has arrived in Waiau from Rawhiti Domain.

Mountaineer Mark Inglis teams up with Hurunui cycle trail

The planned Hurunui Heartland Cycle Tour can move forward with well-known Mark Inglis named as its new coordinator.