A flowering cherry tree has been planted in the grounds of Loburn School to mark the school's 150th anniversary.
Southbrook School's inaugural spring market fundraiser got a great boost from one of the school's young pupils.
The owners of Rangiora’s Fools of Desire Cafe have expanded their business, taking over the former florist shop next door.
A New Zealand-born Australian stockman is establishing an Australian heritage stock horse stud farm in Fernside.
Last season's two wins from two starts will be a hard act to follow for Rangiora trainer Glenn Gillard and his talented mare Sky Vale.
Fonterra's announcement of a $605 million loss for the 2018/19 financial year delivered a huge hit to the company's farmer-shareholders.
The environmental work being done on a large Culverden dairy farm is a source of pride for its international investment owners.
Two Rangiora Aikido Dojo members achieved Shodan (first degree black belt) ranking during end-of year grading last Saturday.
Two North Canterbury artists with different styles of work are collaborating for an exhibition in Oxford.
An irrigation lake on Geoff and Rochelle Spark's dairy farm in Eyrewell will feature in the OxMan Triathlon and Duathlon in December.
The Kaiapoi Volunteer Fire Brigade has recognised 50 years of service by one of its members. Senior firefighter/driver Roy Adams was presented with his 50 year-service medal at the Kaiapoi Rugby...
Longstanding Amberley Trotting Club president Ross Rennie received a surprise when his efforts as a volunteer were recognised during the recent Canterbury Harness Racing Awards.
The Government's new water quality and environment proposals are long overdue, despite being criticised by some farmers, a prominent Waikari water activist says.
Ava Hurst is living the life she wants despite becoming ''semi-tetraplegic'' after a head-on car crash.