The Duvauchelle A&P Show has high-level support, as it faces an uncertain future.
North Canterbury farmers have plenty of cause for optimism after a challenging year, Cam Henderson says.
An $8000 investment in a Hampshire ram at the Gore ram fair two years ago has paid off for Little River farmer Ben Butterick.
Two Canterbury charities have received a welcome boost following a ram sale held at Cheviot earlier this month.
Banks Peninsula is the place to be for "a new start after a turbulent 2020", Little River Show secretary Carys Monteath says.
Strawberries are ripening just in time for Christmas, but North Canterbury grower Cam Booker expects them to be snapped up quickly.
Smoking and vaping-free policies, speed limits, regeneration and water supplies were discussed at the Waimakariri District Council meeting this week.
The Kaiapoi Community Centre was overflowing with bags of food donated during the Toot for Tucker appeal.
Two particularly special rams will go under the hammer at the Stevenson family’s ram sale in North Canterbury tomorrow.
Mid Canterbury farmer Stuart Sinclair bowed out in style at the Courtenay A&P Show in Kirwee recently.
Richard Westaway wanted machinery from his great-grandfather’s day at the Courtenay A&P Show and he wasn’t disappointed.
A lamb drinking competition and a dog obstacle challenge to test dogs — and their owners — were a few of the attractions at the recent Rakaia School pet day.