Jono Poff thinks the night skies above Mt Somers and the Ashburton lakes area are so special they should be protected from human light pollution.
Christchurch driver Josh Mitchell’s need for speed saw him win the Shayne Adams Memorial Street Sprints for the second time.
An Ashburton dietitian is starting a group for mums who want to feel healthier and lose weight while they raise their children and beyond.
Ashburton district councillors will hold an open workshop with the public about replacing its old and unused “whatever it takes” slogan.
Thrill-seekers will get a chance to head off-road on Sunday in the inaugural Ashburton Can-Am river run to raise money for St John ambulance.
Four students from Mount Hutt College are working on a project to enhance the Methven Dog Park and plan on providing some entertainment for the visiting canines.
Can you provide a forever home to one of the cute, furry kittens or adult cats at the Mid Canterbury Animal Welfare Centre?
A call has gone out asking people to come up with a name for a giant skateboard that will visit Canterbury in late May and June to promote the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Ashburton’s iconic Wheels Week Plus, where anything and everything to do with wheels is showcased, will roll into action from Saturday.
Methven builder and Mid Canterbury halfback Tyler Blackburn has been copping a bit of flak over his blond mullet - but it’s for a good cause.
Methven’s Kimberley Wallace has been running survival training for scientists and research officers on sub-Antarctic Macquarie Island.
Ashburton Car Club president Shayne Adams will be remembered at the club’s annual street sprints next month with the 2021 event being named in his honour.
The Mid Canterbury centre of the Cancer Society has launched a new greeting card fundraising campaign with local photographer Nel Davison.
Carolyn Macey-Rai’s personal health has never been better since taking on a challenge to improve it.
Margaret Taylor was just 12-years-old when she joined the St John Cadets in Sumner, setting up a life-long association with the organisation that has spanned 72 years and counting.
A former Mt Hutt College student was in his home town last week to warn people to be better prepared for the 8.0 magnitude alpine quake that scientists like him say is inevitable.
Barbora Padertova is on a mission, walking 1300km to raise money for Heart Kids Canterbury and a Methven family whose 13-year-old son is waiting for a heart transplant.