Business

Southland economy cranks up again

AS Southland emerges from the restrictions of Alert Level 4, there is a feeling of optimism as many businesses return to work. The cost to...

Plants in high demand

IT began with toilet paper and sanitiser- now demand across Southland and Otago has moved to cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower and silverbeet. Public demand for winter...

Fiordland projects to receive $13m boost

MILFORD Sound will receive $13 million for two projects as part of the $12 billion New Zealand Upgrade Programme announced by the Government last...

Losing independence ‘terribly sad’

FOR the past 23 years, the Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) has been Penny Simmonds' mission. She has proposed and overseen important innovative changes to...

Montessori teacher brings learning style to Windsor

WHEN Invercargill woman Cynthia Copeland talks about Montessori learning, she glows. You can see the passion and absolute commitment to the learning method she was...

Southland store vies for NZ award

THE call is going out for Southlanders to support Invercargill's Southern Mobility as it vies to be the winner of a new national accessibility...

Former convent a beauty spot

THE former Roman Catholic Convent in Winton's North Rd was a sanctuary for many. Built in 1903, it had five dormitories for the nuns, a...

Bill’s pedalling for change

SOUTHLANDER Bill Blakie reckons it takes less energy to ride his three to four-wheel motorised bikes than it does to boil the jug in...

Habitat opens new store

WITH a goal to brighten up one of Invercargill's main streets, reel in tourism, and generate funds for building healthy communities, Habitat for Humanity...

Dress hire in hot demand

WHEN Misty Jarvis started her dress rental business, she was winging it. She never envisaged it would become so popular, so fast, she said. Nearly six...
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