by Ann van Engelen

The social and economic fallout from the government’s progressive coronavirus countermeasures is beginning to be felt in Selwyn with major…

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by Ann van Engelen

Running to remember those who lost their lives in the Christchurch earthquakes and other events saw more than 1,100 people…

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by Ann van Engelen

Highland dancers from Jacqueline Jones School of Dance joined with a variety of other dancers, singers, activities and experiences that…

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by Ann van Engelen

Selwyn residents joined with members of the Christchurch community at the Canterbury Earthquake National Memorial, on Saturday to mark the…

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by Ann van Engelen

Toby Benison, from Springston School, has received the New Zealand Plant Conservation Network Award for his significant contribution to a…

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by Ann van Engelen

Members of the Christchurch Multicultural Council marked 30 years of helping migrants and former refugees to achieve better outcomes while…

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by Ann van Engelen

After nearly two years of planning, New Zealand’s newest toy library at Rolleston held its inaugural toy collection day last…

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by Ann van Engelen

New year celebrations were held at Fo Guang Shan Temple Christchurch on Friday, which included prayer, offerings, striking the Bell…

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by Ann van Engelen

Children affected by cancer had a break from their everyday schedules at Living Springs Camp last week taking time to…

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by Ann van Engelen

Georgie Wright, Suzie Scales, Holly Wilson, Maddie Watson and Hannah Abraham each chose a different baby animal to paint as…

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by Andy Bryenton

Among a list of notable New Zealanders on the Queen’s New Year Honours List are three local Selwyn citizens who…

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