Ashburton Courier, The

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  • Ashburton Combined Friendship Club

  • DHB begins transition

    The Canterbury District Health Board met for the last time last week as the transition to the new Health New Zealand and the Māori Health Authority draws closer.

  • Red meat trade talks

    New Zealand red meat sector leaders have head to Brussels this week as negotiations between the European Union and New Zealand for a Free Trade Agreement enter a critical stage.

  • Price differences fuelling the feud

    Fuel price increases nationwide has some Ashburton residents questioning why they pay more per litre than some other Canterbrian towns.

  • Beanies on sale for stroke cause

    The Stroke Foundation is set to benefit from the sales of a limited-edition ed&i beanie.

  • Helping hands uniting youth

    Applause rang through the auditorium of Ashburton College following a powerful speech presented to students in light of National Volunteer Week/Te wiki tūao ā motu.

  • Jude, future-proofing the WI

    Jude Vaughan is looking forward to helping shape the future of the New Zealand Federation of Women’s Institutes (WI).

  • New park planned

    Grove Street Park will be closed and play equipment removed to allow for the construction of a new road.

  • Tertiary funds

    Tertiary students Jessica Smith, Samantha Fitzgerald and Aidan Elvines have been named the latest recipients of the Mid Canterbury Rural Women Provincial Scholarships.

  • Grey Power president visits

    Grey Power national president Jan Pentecost visited Ashburton this week and spoke to local Grey Power members.

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    An independent review of the Mycoplasma bovis eradication programme acknowledges the disruption and stress caused to affected farmers and says lessons have been learned and improvements made....

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  • Lions fundraising night a success

    The Lions Big Smoke-Rural Folk fun challenge and auction night raised $27,830....

  • Training drivers in different classes

    C J’s Driving School Ltd’s Christine Jones started her career in driver training at the Timaru YMCA in 1996....

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