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Black-grass has not yet been discovered in Mid-Canterbury following three rounds of surveillance after a truck spill, the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) says. More than 2000 seeds of the invasive weed was spilt from the back of a truck between
The police enforcement operation, timed to coincide with the start of the new school term, is a crucial part of a national school bus 20k signs trial being implemented in the Ashburton district. The trial aims to find ways of tackling the problem of
Auckland [ change ] Fine Max 17° Min 4° Ashburton Hakatere River Trail reopened Ashburton District Council, Fuseworks September 17, 2013, 1:16 pm The Ashburton Hakatere River Trail has reopened after Ashburton District Council staff and members of
Ashburton Hospital to get $8.7 million redevelopment National Party, Fuseworks June 11, 2013, 3:46 pm Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew is today joining Canterbury DHB Chair Bruce Matheson in announcing an $8.7 million plan to redevelop Ashburton
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Journey Invite friends to discover what they are reading by connecting to Facebook. Connect with friends on Facebook and start sharing new and exciting content. Variable speed limit sign 'to improve road safety' Ashburton District Council, Fuseworks
Ashburton Crowned Cooperative Capital of NZ' Boasting more than 40 cooperatively owned businesses, Ashburton on State Highway One and the Mid-Canterbury rural hinterland has been crowned the Cooperative Capital of New Zealand. The NZ Cooperatives
04 am Local community groups have just a few more days to ensure they are part of Ashburton's biggest celebration of voluntary groups. Entries for the TrustPower Ashburton District Community Awards are closing at 5pm on Friday 4 May.
Business partners are committing $30 million to build a Mid-Canterbury "innovation park'' as a base to commercialise new agribusiness technologies and products. The project aimed to cluster like-minded companies together to commercialise and sell "
Three Ashburton road workers are being hailed as heroes after saving the life of a toddler who was bitten on the throat by a dog. When Paul Tuki, Robert Batt and Louie Wehipeihana dropped their tools to help a screaming woman, they had no idea their