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  • Tree-planting ceremony welcomes newcomers

    Newcomers have put down their roots in the region.

  • Trusted local dealerships join forces

    Centra Motor Co might be a new name in town, but it’s a company with a wealth of automotive experience in Mid and South Canterbury.

  • Are we prepared for a fiery summer?

    Veteran journalist and former Department of Conservation communications officer Tom O’Connor continues his series on climate change, how it might affect South Canterbury and how various people and groups are responding to the problem.

  • Opening date not in sight yet

    While work on the outside of the Temuka Courthouse Museum is almost complete, it will not be opening any time soon.

  • So close ...

    Caroline Bay’s new multimillion-dollar playground is already drawing the crowds as construction nears completion.

  • So close ... CPlay coming

    While CPlay was fully funded there were still some ‘‘nice-to-haves’’ such as extra seating and more shade, for which they had sought funding, Mr Jackson said.

  • Excellent results for veterans Golf

    The Aorangi Women’s Veterans Tournament was held at the Geraldine Golf Club on September 2 in warm spring conditions.

  • Painters give Hospice a helping hand with revamp

    Mid and South Canterbury Master Painters’ voluntary efforts at Hospice South Canterbury have gained national recognition.

  • Local branch celebrates success

    The Mid and South Canterbury Master Painters branch is celebrating success and the onset of spring and busy schedules.

  • Mach-E charges into electrified future

    The Mach-E is a truly transformational EV that is sending Ford’s iconic Mustang charging into an exciting fully electrified future, complete with similar performance to the burly V8’s associated with this famous US muscle car.

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