by Mike Isle

The majority of Selwyn’s popular swimming holes are safe. However, there are two exceptions, according to Land, Air, Water Aotearoa…

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by Mike Isle

Selwyn has a new ambulance thanks to 35,000 hours of fundraising by Rolleston, Selwyn, Malvern, Halswell and Christchurch Chinese Lions…

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by Jill Dickie

We would love to share your summer holiday antics and adventures in an upcoming 2019 edition of The Record so…

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by Mike Isle

Everyday people doing exceptional things in Canterbury were honoured at the annual Kiwibank Local Hero Awards, which celebrate people making…

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by Mike Isle

Army sniper turned photographer Sean Spivey is the first recipient of the Advertising and Illustrative Photographers Association (AIPA) scholarship. Awarded…

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by Mike Isle

Lincoln University Student president James Ranstead is one of three New Zealanders to receive prestigious Rhodes Scholarships, which will allow…

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by Mike Isle

As fete would have it:  Springston School’s kapa haka group delivered a rousing welcome to invited guests, families, students and…

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by Mike Isle

A wartime memorial plaque found during a house renovation has led to the Oxford RSA searching for any living family…

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by Mike Isle

Selwyn United Football Club’s first-ever 10th Grade football festival event has been pronounced a success after the event attracted 400…

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by Kent Caddick

The largest planting day of the year for Te Ara Kakariki Greenway Canterbury Trust was held at an array of…

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