NEWS

by Ann van Engelen

Scholarships from the Selwyn District Council are helping Selwyn young people thrive beyond school. Six tertiary education scholarships were awarded…

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by Ann van Engelen

A contract supplying sought-after A2 milk to Synlait has helped Daniel and Amanda Schat buy their first dairy farm in…

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by Andy Bryenton

After being domesticated for more than 10,000 years, the common cat still retains all of the instincts of a predator….

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by Andy Bryenton

Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited chairman John Monaghan has confirmed that he will retire as a director of the co-operative when…

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by Andy Bryenton

One was called the ‘Wizard of Menlo Park’ thanks to his inventions, which transformed modern society. The other was a…

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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

As The Record went to print, the latest information regarding Covid-19 was that the Ministry of Health had confirmed a…

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by Ann van Engelen

Rolleston Christian School reached silver status as an EnviroSchool recently an achievement accomplished, which enhances the bronze status the school…

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by Ann van Engelen

Fire and Emergency NZ — Canterbury has advised that the Selwyn district is now in a Restricted Fire Season. As…

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by Ann van Engelen

The Rolleston Drama Festival will exhibit the work of several drama classes incorporating PLAY Drama Workshops and Selwyn Singing Stars…

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