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  • Darcy’s 45 years on the fast chain at SFF
    option that best suits you setTimezone new DateTimeZone Pacific Auckland echo date format l jS F Y Menu Home Web Cams Your Community Events News Latest News Sport Schools Ashburton College Newsletter Farming Photos Subscribe Jobs Contact Us Log In Home Darcy s 45 years on the fast chain at SFF Subscribe Subscribe to see more Click here to create your account Login Enter your details Username Password Remember Lost

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    writers Roger Hart and Bernard Egan mapped out the Vintage Car Club Easter Rally so in a candid interview more The spud king Hard work and an eye for opportunity are behind the growth of Methven agribusiness icon Alan Pye Susan Sandys more Living their dream It takes courage to risk your future on a dream but that s what Miriam and Ken Cutforth did 23 years ago when more Wheat and Wheels gains traction It s been three years in the planning but all the Mid Canterbury Vintage Machinery Club s hard work has paid more To London and back Former Ashburtonian Jason Hodzelmans is making a name for himself in the arts world Fresh from finishing up at the more A special family heirloom Palm Sunday this year will have a special meaning for Velma Langdon after the discovery of an olive leaf pressed more Rakaia Bowling Club celebrates 100th year Rakaia Bowling Club set to celebrate 100 years in style The Guardian s James Ford reports Rakaia more Clark Park will immortalise brothers war efforts A park at Tinwald is soon to get a new name and it is a name which has a tragic history behind

    Original URL path: http://www.guardianonline.co.nz/features/page/2/ (2016-04-30)
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    is too far for a cuppa but not for Mary Rutherford and Elizabeth Lambie more Found One long lost dad After 32 years Clive Stevens Clark has been reunited with his long lost dad It was a reunion the whole country more No substitute for cubic inches Over the years my off road cycling mate long time Gluyas Motors identity and staunch Ford man John Robinson JR has more Anglican vicarage joins quake casualties The Canterbury earthquakes are continuing to take their toll on Mid Canterbury s historic buildings five years more Graham s great OE At 82 Graham Tappin has packed up and moved halfway across the world He spoke to Erin Tasker about what brought more Suzuki Vitara Stylish and family friendly Suzuki s new compact five door cross over Vitara LTD is pictured beside Hooper s Inlet on the seaward side of more Social isolation There is help The social isolation of New Zealand s elderly is a topic that pops up time and time again in the media The more Refined but very tough In very recent years the previous Toyota Hilux had to face up to a barrage of new more powerful and better featured

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    vintage rally There are now only two sleeps to go for those of us looking forward to taking part in the annual rally being staged by more Dedication the key Following her three medal haul at the Canterbury Championships last weekend Ashburton Guardian sports reporter more Time for a change Pup Chamberlain has retired from the New Zealand Police after 38 years but he knows that he ll be known as Pup more Ashburton represents NZ at international kite festival The city Ahmedabad in western India was full of colour earlier this month for its annual International Kite more The centre of attention Despite its close styling similarities to the previous model much has changed in the latest Focus hatch more Sol aiming for the Olympics Argentinian swimming superstar Sol Gonzalez now calls Ashburton home This week she sat down with the Guardian s more Come unto me all ye little ones It was a time when death came easy and the common cold could escalate until an entire household was vacated of life more Still shooting for success Mid Canterbury has produced some sporting superstars in recent years Many are still in the news but some you more Technology

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    s Young Achiever of the Year Award recognised some of the district s biggest more Softball still big part of life The Rotary Club of Ashburton s Young Achiever of the Year Award recognised some of the district s biggest talents more Black Stick a home town girl Mid Canterbury has produced some sporting superstars in recent years Many are still in the news but some you don t more Golden career cut short The Rotary Club of Ashburton s Young Achiever of the Year Award recognised some of the district s biggest talents more Best of two worlds Mid Canterbury has produced some sporting superstars in recent years Many are still in the news but some you don t more Encouraging others to dream big The Rotary Club of Ashburton s Young Achiever of the Year Award recognised some of the district s biggest more Bullseye in his sights Mid Canterbury has produced some sporting superstars in recent years Many are still in the news but some you don t more Ashburton s hotels of the past Using material from author Rita Wright s book of the Ashburton Trust reporter Sue Newman takes a look at the early more

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    but displaced people would be welcome to more Richardson Crisis will impact here The Syrian refugee crisis is evidence of the collapse of the nation state and the world must do better than it is more If it s farming or God Al s got something to say Al Drye has taken up a new post as the lay minister of St Mark s Church He sat down with the Guardian s more Battling her way to the top Raewyn Lovett is one of New Zealand s high achieving businesswomen but she s also a wife and mum of two who has more A prisoner in her own body Trapped in a body that won t work Claire Reilly lives with motor neurone disease The Guardian s Caitlin Porter more No escape from the flu Flu season is fully under way in Mid Canterbury with the virus affecting sufferers for over two weeks Among those more Our say on the flag Ashburton College head girl Kate Whiting and head boy Lachlan Davidson want those aged under 18 to have more of a more Classic attention seeker Hello may I introduce myself My name is Ruby and I m the Elf

    Original URL path: http://www.guardianonline.co.nz/features/page/10/ (2016-04-30)
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    mum wrote away more Ashburton Abroad Liz e loves live in Slovenia In most corners of the world an Ashburton person can be found So the Guardian s Erin Tasker decided to track some more Violent people are made not born Sgt Sole Sergeant Jim Sole will spend the next 14 months delving into the murky depths of family violence in Mid Canterbury more A changing of the Guard ian As of Saturday Coen Lammers laptop will not beep with emails meant for the Guardian s editor and with a more Ashburton Abroad Kim Gatenby in England In most corners of the world an Ashburton person can be found So the Guardian s Erin Tasker decided to track some more New top cop keen to clean up Scott Banfield s name is about to become one of Ashburton s most recognisable He s just taken on the job as more Obituary Dr Ron Baker Dr Baker stood up for what he believed in Dr Ron Baker cared about his community and throughout his life in more Turning passion for travel into a job Six months spent travelling around Africa last year has led Penny Shearer a Mid Canterbury farm girl

    Original URL path: http://www.guardianonline.co.nz/features/page/20/ (2016-04-30)
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    3000 round trips from Seafield to Christchurch 6000 hours driving and 100 000 worth of petrol Breeze radio more Remembering the big snow of 1973 Former Methven area farmers Peter and Jenefer Weily who today live in Ashburton have lived through three major more Let s go climb a tree What happened to the days where children roamed for hours scaled trees and even just biked to school on their own more Snow Party Mt Hutt Ski Area celebrates its 40th anniversary this year bringing back memories for those who established the more College catching the competition The Ashburton College 1st XV is enjoying their best ever season in the Crusaders Secondary Schools rugby more Chia not just a pretty seed Chia seeds are tiny hard and have a subtle nut like flavour when chewed but they have the unique property of more Isaac is a leader in sport school It was a no brainer for Allenton School to nominate Isaac Bazley for a Sir Peter Blake Young Leaders award Isaac more Keep that battery buzzing It is the all too common statement of most smartphone users my phone has shocking battery life This day more Braving the winter wind

    Original URL path: http://www.guardianonline.co.nz/features/page/30/ (2016-04-30)
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