Fire and Emergency New Zealand has asked farmers to refrain from any outdoor burning during the Covid-19 lockdown due to the potential safety hazard for fire crew attending call-outs.
Living in isolation is ‘‘business as usual’’ for most high country farmers, John Acland, of Mt Peel Station, says.
A Holstein Friesian judging school held recently in Canterbury has been hailed a success by those involved.
Cantabrians have won more than half of the awards at this year’s Norwood Rural Sports Awards.
On March 15 last year, George Clark was on his 50cc scooter whizzing along Riccarton Ave in Christchurch. It seemed like just another typical overcast Friday. It was not.
South Canterbury world champion blade shearer Allan Oldfield is training strategically in an attempt to retain his title at the next shearing and woolhandling world championships in Scotland in 2022.
Two long-time patrons of the Temuka & Geraldine A&P show are calling for youth to ensure the future of their show.
The Temuka & Geraldine A&P Show has been declared a success — many speculating it may have been the biggest in the past 10 years.
The hills were alive with the sounds of barks and whistles at the Hilton-Gapes Valley dog trials in South Canterbury last week, as the dog trial season kicked off around the country.
‘‘I’m a city girl born and bred.’’