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Bridge unveiled in honour of Lincoln personality

A new bridge has been opened in Lincoln in honour of former Lincoln University lecturer Dr Alistair Campbell.

Our People: St John’s and a bit of Ed Sheeran

Robyn Searle, from Southbridge, has been with St John for 42 years. Emily O'Connell talks to her most memorable call-out, recent success in the Selwyn Awards and her love for popstar Ed Sheeran.

Nancy’s 45 years with the Darfield Medical Centre

Starting the job in 1973, Mrs Dimmock said she was initially drawn to the role as it was in the “country.”

Pupils raise nearly $900 for cancer society

Two Queenspark Primary School pupils took it upon themselves to raise funds for the Cancer Society New Zealand.

Bush Inn revamp starts soon

Development at Bush Inn is about to get under way.

Slipway ready for sailing season

Installation of The replacement Moncks Bay slipway was under way yesterday after being delayed by longer than expected concrete curing times.

Dalziel: District Plan a complex beast

OPINION: Even if we insert the “missing” policy, people will still have to apply for a resource consent, but at least the policy framework for granting a consent will be clear.

Challenge ahead for Cavaliers

The Canterbury Cavaliers’ haven’t had an ideal build up to the NHL.

Keown ready to fight for lights

A city councillor is ready to battle his own council to ensure he gets traffic lights installed at a contentious intersection.

Wilson eyes up US baseball scholarship

Hard working Southern Astros pitcher Joshua Wilson loves baseball and he's hoping a trip to the United States with the New Zealand U18 side might be his ticket to a college scholarship.