A pair of flyboarders stole the show at Sunday's annual River Carnival & Boat Show, at Kaiapoi.
Beau and Gemma Weston of Queenstown, have been performing stunts across the world at flyboard shows as well as for feature films.
Last weekend astronomy buffs got to hear about potentially destructive asteroids orbiting near the earth.
The Astronomical Society's annual camp near Ashbuton had asteroid expert Alan Gilmore from Mount John Observatory as a keynote speaker.
More sheep than had been expected were up for sale at the first day of the annual Harden Ewe Fair in Mid-Canterbury on Friday.
The auction, which is set to repeat this Friday, didn't see an improvement in prices from last year - which some attribute to the dry conditions in the region.
Over the festive month we've been bringing you Christmas parades from around the region.
Last week saw both Bluff and Kaiapoi celebrate the season, with a festive procession to entertain both young and old.
The small township of Tuahiwi was bustling with around 160 guest and dignitaries for a royal visit recently.
Guests rubbed shoulders with national and international media gathered at the North Canterbury marae to catch a glimpse of Prince Charles and Camilla during their fleeting visit.
People of all ages flocked to see the sheep at the Rangiora Show on Saturday.
Youngsters were leading their pet lambs while old farmers were spinning yarns on a beautiful mid-Canterbury Day.
Nasty weather threatened, but walkers lined up to support wellbeing in Kaiapoi recently.
Around 20 walkers turned out to support youth wellbeing in the first annual Kaiapoi River Wellbeing Walk, during the final weekend of the Christchurch Walking Festival.
The Christchurch Walking Festival has been in full swing the last two weeks.
One of the first walks in this year's Festival was along the Avon River last Saturday, with youth well-being as the focus of the walk.
More than 20 pupils of Kaiapoi High School, in the Waimakariri district, have spent the term taking part in a testing leadership programme.
Known as "Cactus", the programme wrapped up at the end of the term, with the teens completing a huge morning which began before sunrise.
Down the Back Paddock is a rural safety programme run by the Waimakariri District Council in local schools.
The future of a successful Waimakariri schools rural safety programme is in doubt as a funding shortfall beckons.