17 days ago

Street signs

David from Rangiora

I find it frustrating that (with my wife having MS) the number of times mobility parks are occupied by cars without the appropriate sticker. Wanaka have a sign post that gives a better message. Perhaps Waimakariri and New World could follow suit.

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2 hours ago

150th Anniversary Fundraiser

Jeneane Hobby from Ashley Community Church Incorporated

Tickets still available!
The Secret Garden - Special fundraising screening for ongoing maintenance and restoration of the Ashley Community Church - 8 pm, Wednesday 28 October at Town Hall Cinemas, Rangiora. Tickets are $25 each and the price includes a glass of wine or snack or other drink (some drinks excluded). Tickets need to be paid for over the counter or reserved by phone and paid for at collection. Online booking is not available for this offer. Phone (03) 310 7240 to reserve tickets. Make sure to mention 'Ashley Community Church fundraiser.'

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4 days ago

woodend by pass.

Joy from Kainga - Brooklands

if you do not want to stop traffic going through woodend.....why not put in an under ground walkway..i presume it is for the safety of pedestrians.. sorry if i have missed this idea if it has been aired before.

9 hours ago

'100 per cent not a dog': Canterbury's big cat spotted in Hanmer Springs

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from Northern Outlook

A mountain biker in Hanmer Springs​ has become the latest person to spot what appears to be Canterbury’s elusive large black cat.

Christchurch osteopath Mark Orr​, 25, said he was lifting his mountain bike over a fallen tree on the 780 metre Perseverance biking trail on Sunday when he saw a large cat about 50m away.

Have you seen a large black cat in North Canterbury?

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