Sunday, April 21, 2019
Home Districts


Rural rugby club takes on the Kurt Baker Challenge

The All Black Sevens did it first, then the Southern Steel and now it is the turn of a rural Canterbury rugby team.

New sculpture in Lincoln

A new artwork has been installed in Lincoln's town centre.

Power poles on footpath only temporary

If you're confused about these power poles being in the footpath, don't worry, it's not permanent.

Waihora do the double after winning Coleman Shield

Waihora rode strong first half defence and the breeze at their backs to win rugby's Coleman Shield.

Rolleston model makes top-10 at Miss Univers NZ

Rolleston resident Abigail Curd was named in the top 10 for the Miss Universe New Zealand finals.

Developer asks council to clean up

A developer wants the city council to tidy up the area near his residential complex.

Schools ban cattle from pet days

Schools across the district are banning cattle from attending their annual pet days in a bid to stop the spread of Mycoplasma bovis.

Swapping motorcross for skeet shooting

Scott Daly has swapped the mottocross track for the clay targets and it's paying off.

Township’s battle to get on the map

This township is sick of being lumped in with its neighbour.

Our People: Passion for performing earns recognition

Rolleston resident Caelan Thomas's passion for theatre has led to him being nominated for the Selwyn Awards 2018 People's Choice. The 19-year-old pianist and has been involved in the Kirwee Players and is the musical director of the Selwyn Community Choir. He spoke to Georgia O'Connor­-Harding: