124 days ago


Arthur from Rangiora

This Sunday 27th October, (Labour weekend) the RANGIORA SUNDAY MARKET will be on again at the BLAKE STREET CAR PARK from 9 am to 2 pm. FREE ENTRY. A great variety of stalls with lots of bargains for all from health products, garden sculptures, fishing rods, scented soaps, woodcraft, toys, clothing for adults and children, Garden tools, handy person tools, hats for the summer months,plants including swan plants, garlic, herbs, bedding plants, perennials etc, the LIONS sausage sizzle with onions on the right side. AND in our club rooms next to the market, THOMAS AND FRIENDS for the children to operate.

don't forget the great coffee and food at FOOLS OF DESIRE at the market end of Conway lane.

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4 days ago

Bus patronage decreasing as Environment Canterbury moots 9.8 per cent rates rise

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

Canterbury authorities have dropped their goal of 20 million annual bus trips by 2020 as public transport use declines in Christchurch.

The service, run by regional council Environment Canterbury (ECan), is to be overhauled in a plan that will contribute to a planned 9.8 per cent rates increase – almost double what was previously forecast.

Read more here and tell us what you think of ECan's plan in the comments below.

14 days ago

Dressmaker available

Sylvia from Kaiapoi

Do you have an item of clothing that you absolutely love? .. that you’ve worn it so much it’s starting to look tatty and torn?
Well .... I can help!
I can draft a pattern from your garment and make you a brand spanking new one!
Why not contact me, make an appointment and we can discuss it further. 0278567891 or find me on facebook!
regards Sylvia
at StitchtasticNZ In Kaiapoi
Small runs of new garments are very welcome too!

15 hours ago

Study of private wells in Waimakariri finds excessive levels of toxins

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from Northern Outlook

Private well users in North Canterbury are subjecting themselves to arsenic, manganese and nitrates, a council study has found.

Landowners around Cust and Eyreton are being urged to test their water more regularly after the discovery.

Find out more here.