Meet the local students leading some of our top Canterbury schools this year. We wish you all the very best of success in your leadership role and the stepping stone it is to your next great achievement.
On 28 April 2017 trans-Tasman ministers approved a change to the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code to allow the sale of hemp seed as a food for human consumption. A change that had been more than 15 years in the making for Canterbury company Midlands Nutritional Oils.
Montrose Estate is a place of breathtaking beauty and rustic charm. A place that epitomises ‘100% Pure New Zealand’. A place where you can switch off, unwind and truly relax.
Having introduced a collection of Hyundai Ioniqs to their fleet in Christchurch and Auckland, Thrifty Car Rental is offering us an environmentally-friendly option when it comes to driving away from home.
Graham Weaver has forged a unique career and way of life as one of New Zealand’s best blade shearers.
The team at Maree Hynes Interiors shares how to incorporate tribal accents into your space while allowing it to fit with your current décor and lifestyle.
The emergence and growth of community vehicles across our rural towns is providing affordable, readily available transport to those in need.
Frustration over a growing scarcity of local news in mainstream sports coverage has given rise to a new venture called ‘WeAreCanterbury’. We meet the founders of this new multimedia platform dedicated to the red and black.
Ballantynes Home Stylist Adrienne Campbell guides us through perfecting a personal haven.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Canterbury Vintage Home Restorers’ Group. Committed to the preservation and protection of older homes, this supportive and friendly group welcomes new members.