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Video: Special Olympics footballers celebrate global day of inclusion

Take a look behind the scenes as Special Olympics Canterbury footballers get ready for their big game against some of the city councillors.

Selwyn netball playoff picture takes shape

The top three teams in Selwyn netball flexed their muscles on Saturday.

Ellemere beat Cantabrians in the wet

The Ellesmere senior rugby team bounced back from their recent loss.

Man charged after mother buys back toy

A mother took matters into her own hands after her daughter's electric ride-on car was stolen then posted for sale on Facebook just hours later.

Former Bays striker on European stage

Not so long ago Greg Draper was finding the back of the net for Cashmere High School and Ferrymead Bays, Now he's scoring UEFA Champions League goals and is even being compared to the biggest names in football.

Master farrier keeps his foot in the industry after 51 years

Brian Wilson is a name anyone in the galloping or trotting industry will recognise. The 85-year-old has worked as a full-time farrier until five years ago

Nearly 900 flu-related admissions in Canterbury

New initiatives are being trialled to help ease pressures of a busy flu season at hospitals.

Potential quarry noise to be discussed

Noise issues raised from Fulton Hogan's controversial application to open a quarry in Templeton will be discussed by experts ahead of the upcoming hearing in November.

Skipper set to run out for his 50th CBHS appearance

Christchurch Boys' High School first XV captain will join an exclusive club he looks to help book his side a semi-final spot on Saturday.

Award for community champions

It’s a dirty job, but someone has to do it.