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Jet services make welcome return to the deep south

iT took exactly 100 days, but jet services are back in Invercargill. Southland's civic leaders celebrated the return of direct flights from Auckland on Monday. Air...

‘More to come’ for Fiordland tourism industry

THE Government will come to the rescue of struggling businesses in Fiordland, the chief executive of Southland's regional development agency believes. Minister of Tourism Kelvin...

View from the top

A view of the inner-city block demolition, from Tay to Esk Sts, and Kelvin to Dee Sts, in Invercargill, taken from the top of...

Businesses to take centre stage

IT has been a challenging time for many businesses due to the Covid-19 outbreak. So ILT Stadium Southland manager Nigel Skelt thought it was a...

Focus on air traffic control alternatives

POSSIBILITIES for the future of Invercargill Airport air control will be formulated after an aeronautical study is completed. Invercargill Airport general manager Nigel Finnerty said...

Sisters brush up on starting a business

SOME will know them as the Siamese twins, others call them the horse and carriage. Southland sisters Braidee and Jackie Dempster do everything together, and...

SdE, ICC reach agreement

SOUTHLAND disAbility Enterprises (SdE) staff can finally celebrate after months of uncertainty. Invercargill City Council (ICC) reached an agreement with the company, which employs people...

Businessman looks to adapt

A RIVERTON paua shell manufacturer is yet to find a way to adapt to the new normal with Covid-19 border closures. Ocean Shell Studios owner...

Burden of Tiwai smelter uncertainty recognised

THE delay of Tiwai Point aluminium smelter's strategic review weighing on the minds of staff and the Southland community, is something New Zealand Aluminium...

A proud history in Te Anau

The recent announcement of its closure is a sad one for its community. Local resident Julie Walls gives an account of the store's history...
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