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Kidney transplant prompts auction

SOUTHLAND businessman Paul Adams is selling a boat - nothing new in that. But it is for a cause close to his heart, in more...

Sled dogs on the run for 25th anniversary

QUEEN'S Birthday Weekend marks the 25th anniversary of the Southland Sled Dog Association big sled dog competition at Fosbender Park, Otatara. This year's rig event...

Club keeping rock ‘n’ roll alive in the south

THEY say rock roll never dies, and an Invercargill club is living proof of that. The Invercargill Rock 'n' Roll Club was established more than...

Pupils add native plants at pump track

A COMBINED effort from the Invercargill City Council (ICC) and Otatara School has seen a variety of native plants added to the Gostelow Park...

Former manager reflects on 25 years

AFTER serving 25 years as the manager of Invercargill's Northern Tavern, Edgar Potter is about ready for his turn on the other side of...

Duck-shooting still appeals 50 years on

SOUTHLANDER Alistair Kelly has been duck-shooting for more than 50 years and continues to look forward to the season. "I enjoy it for the camaraderie...

Charity group aims to help ball-goers

THE Shoe Booth wants to reach out to young people in need of school ball attire. Donagh Booth and her daughter Maddison (16) said they...

Island visitor levy decided

SOUTHLAND District Council (SDC) has decided Stewart Island visitors will pay a $10 visitor levy from October 2023, which will increase to $15 in...

Clear leadership in a crisis

In the aftermath of the Awarua Wetlands Fire, Southland Express journalist Toni McDonald is taken behind the scenes to see the inner workings of...

‘It’s been a great region to work in’

AFTER 10 years serving as chief executive at Environment Southland (ES), Rob Phillips says he is humbled and honoured to have worked for the...
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