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Remembrance Event Cancelled in 2017

15 February, 2017 Christchurch City Council has withdrawn the approval for the Mitre 10 MEGA - A Run to Remember to proceed this weekend due to the fires in the Port Hills.

South Canterbury: Have Your Say!

13 February, 2017 South Canterbury sport and active recreation groups, and residents will be able to ‘Have their say’ about the future of the region’s sport and active recreation facilities.

Getting an EDGE on Exercise

13 February, 2017 Less than 4 weeks ago, Amanda Trafford, a nurse at Christchurch Public hospital struggled to run 100 meters, but in just over a month she’ll line up at the start line of the Sport Canterbury 6km at this years City2Surf.

Mackenzie District Goes Green

10 February, 2017 Sport Canterbury is pleased to announce the appointment of Catherine Rose as Physical Health Advisor, with responsibility for the Mackenzie District, in South Canterbury.

A Sense of Community "Shines"

5 February, 2017 The 2017 Mitre 10 MEGA – A Run to Remember relies upon the support of very special community partners, including Shine Lawyers.

Filling Gaps and Scoring Goals

1 February, 2017 ‘Having a go’ at hockey will soon become so much easier for young people across the Selwyn District, thanks to a new initiative known as Waikirikiri Sport.

Inspiring Active Families

31 January, 2017 Sport Canterbury will extend support to families facing health and lifestyle challenges, delivering the Active Families service from January 2017.

Shaping South Canterbury's Future

18 January, 2017 Local sport and active recreation groups, and the wider community are being urged to help shape the future of sport and active recreation facilities across South Canterbury as part of a new regional project.

Sports Awards Finalists Announced

12 January, 2017 Finalists have been announced for the 2017 Nexia New Zealand Canterbury Sports Awards, from an outstanding field of 126 nominations across 29 sporting codes.

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