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Bluff fishermen question oyster response effort

BLUFF-BASED oyster fishermen and concerned locals were invited to a meeting at the Bluff Rugby Club on Wednesday, June 21, in the wake of...

Oyster cull under way

THE operation to cull thousands of tonnes of farmed oysters in Big Glory bay, Stewart Island, is now under way in a bid to...

Help offered for extreme hoarders

THERE is help available for Southlanders living in severe domestic squalor. A multi-agency working group has developed a collaborative and co-ordinated approach to assist those...

Airline aims to keep Southland in demand

AN Air New Zealand representative has responded to the findings of a Southland air travel survey, saying the airline's focus is on increasing demand...

New parking meter options

INVERCARGILL'S coin-operated parking metres are due to expire. Invercargill City Council roading manager Russell Pearson said the city had 750 coin-operated parking meters, which would...

Joint project a beauty

THE New River Estuary Walkway beautification project is now complete, and to celebrate three shelters will be officially opened on Sunday. Invercargill City Council (ICC)...

Pool upgrade gets go ahead

THE Splash Palace upgrade has been approved and construction is expected to begin within the next financial year (after July 1, 2017). Invercargill City Council...

Freedom camping stings holiday parks

THE introduction of more designated freedom camping areas in the province is being blamed for the downturn in business for Southland holiday parks over...

Umbrella’s future written in the stars

DEBATE is unfolding on the fate of the Don St umbrella sculpture, but the giant brolly looks set to stay put. The debate follows the...

Museum visitor numbers decline

THE number of people visiting the Southland Museum & Art Gallery has declined, while the number of visitors to the Southland region continues to...
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