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Tasman sevens sides off to nationals

The Tasman Men’s sevens side has backed up its team of the year status as they completed a three peat at the regional qualifiers. Tasman went through the Timaru tournament unbeaten to claim the Tofa Shield for the third year in a row and book its spot in the...

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Raising the roof for new community centre

A new $1 million community centre is being built on Dorset St, Richmond, as part of the Holy Trinity Anglican Church – the Church on the Hill. David Pritchard says invites were sent out to neighbours, tradies and locals and the doors were open to members of the public...

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Tapawera hop-ping along just nicely

Tapawera is making its mark on the hop-growing stage as having the perfect conditions to grow export quality crops. Local grower Colin Oldham is no stranger to the industry. Being a third-generation farmer, and spending 35 years in the business, he says Tapawera has...

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Richmond’s Queen St building up for the annual Market Day

It is nearly that time on the calendar when Queen St closes its road for the annual Richmond Market Day on Friday, December 28. Market regulars come from far and wide to attend, Richmond businesses bring their specials out onto the street to barter their bargains, and...

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