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Colombian refugees to settle in city

THE first group of refugees are set to make Invercargill home early next year. Immigration New Zealand refugee and protection unit national manager Andrew Lockhart...

Big plans for Invercargill

DREAM big, Invercargill. Dream Big is the new catchphrase for the city unveiled last night at the official launch of Invercargill's new brand, phase one...

New festival coming to Invercargill

A NEW three-week festival is coming to Invercargill, keeping children and adults alike entertained in the upcoming school holidays. Facilitated by Venture Southland (VS), Ice...

Trampoline park jumps ahead

CHILDREN and adults alike will be jumping at the chance to try out a new attraction coming to Invercargill. Former owners of RJ Models and...

Anderson House feedback wanted

PUBLIC feedback is being sought for the third time on the possible use for Anderson House. Invercargill City Council parks manager Robin Pagan said the...

Stewart Island levy off-sets costs

MORE than $500,000 has been injected into improving and maintaining Stewart Island's infrastructure since the Stewart Island/Rakiura Visitor Levy was introduced in 2012. " is...

Work under way at Dig This

AFTER a month's delay securing consent for the project, it is all go for Transport World's newest transport-related attraction, Dig This Invercargill. HWR Group property...

Perception of Invercargill’s nightlife

SOUTHLAND needs to ramp-up its nightlife and vibrancy if it's going to attract more people. A recent survey by Venture Southland indicated New Zealanders had...

Anderson House new lease on life

IF plans to convert Anderson House into a multi-use facility gains public support the community will be able to access the beloved historic house again. At...

School holidays night at the observatory

THE Southland Astronomical Society is inviting the public to come out and see the stars. It's hosting a school holidays night at the Southland Astronomical...
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