NEWS

by Ann van Engelen

The team of the much-loved TV programme What Now is excited to bring their live children’s show full of fun,…

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by Ann van Engelen

The Selwyn Awards are back in 2020 to showcase all that is great about the district and recognise the outstanding…

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by Ann van Engelen

Students at Windwhistle School have started the year with a variety of lessons on community, including how to work together…

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by Ann van Engelen

The Pioneers Marching Club had a successful season with the Canterbury Championships last weekend seeing the under-12 grade team placing…

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by Ann van Engelen

Te Ara Kakariki is in the process of taking registrations for the organisations Plant Out Tour inviting people to visit…

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by Ann van Engelen

Selwyn’s annual Arts Heart exhibition is on in April, and this year the organisers are encouraging entries from outside the…

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by Ann van Engelen

The members of Darfield Menz Shed have now taken ownership of the fairy doors, which they helped create at McHughs…

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by Andy Bryenton

A new species has been spotted at the Auckland Zoo but also threading its way through the narrow dockland lanes…

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by Andy Bryenton

Zealous Swiss health officials may have put an end to this year’s Geneva motor show by banning gatherings of 1,000…

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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

The new Canterbury Regional Council (Environment Canterbury) want to hear the views of community members on the draft 2020/21 Annual…

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