The parties involved in mediation over the future of the
Teschemakers chapel altar have agreed to an adjournment.
Herbert couple John and Bruna Oakes have played a major role
in helping protect the wildlife and plant life of the
A 40-year-old tourist, from the United Kingdom, has undergone
surgery after he was seriously injured in a hang-glider crash
The Waikouaiti Rodeo Club is preparing to paint the town pink
When Doe Arnot was in her early 20s, she bought a second-hand
spinning wheel and spun some very lumpy yarn which she
knitted into a jersey.
The Beattie sisters were born to ride. The Otago trio were
riding horses before they could walk and, in one case, before
she was born.
Robyn Couper has arrived in Haiti ahead of a team of three
physiotherapists who arrive on Saturday as part of Project
HHH - Hearts and Hands for Haiti.
Danny Hunia has come a long way from playing pool on a table
on a beer crate in the garage.
Barge rides on the Waihao River on Saturday proved popular
with those attending celebrations at the nearby Waihao marae.
After a career in planning in local government spanning just
over 35 years, Jack Chandra is calling it quits.
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