Show jumpers scoop Noumea medals

Show jumpers scoop Noumea medals

Two local horse riders competed in the annual Pacific Horse Challenge in New Caledonia’s Noumea last month. Madeline Woods and Eloise Beattie were members of the New Zealand team who were up against riders from Vanuatu, Australia, Tahiti and New Caledonia. Mounts were...
Sports awards promise a night to remember

Sports awards promise a night to remember

Take 93 nominees across 32 sports, add a new major partner and 9 committed category sponsors, plus an international sporting legend, and you have all the ingredients for Nelson’s most highly- anticipated sporting event of the year. The 51st ASB Nelson Sports Awards...
Wakefield Village Hall to stage Nell Gwynn comedy

Wakefield Village Hall to stage Nell Gwynn comedy

Wakefield thespians are set to take the stage toward the end of this month as they produce the famed comedy, ‘Nell Gwynn’. Promising to be a night full of love, laughter and lots of entertainment by the Wakefield Country Players, the show took audiences by storm in...
The PLAN to raise awareness of teen drinking

The PLAN to raise awareness of teen drinking

Health Action Trust and the Public Health Service are working together to educate and support parents and caregivers to responsibly manage alcohol in their teenagers’ lives. As part of their ‘The PLAN’ campaign, in collaboration with Waimea College PTA, they invited...
Sheep dogs display their style at A&P Show

Sheep dogs display their style at A&P Show

Preparations are underway for Richmond Parks upcoming A&P Show at the end of this month. Part of the weekend’s line-up is a regular favourite, the sheep dog trials. The trials will be held on both show days and one of the key organisers, Colin Gibbs, says the...