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Black Caps’ trophy comes to town

A CLASH with the Blackcaps' national tour of the Mace trophy and Southern Steel's elimination final has meant the ICC World Test Championship trophy...

Elected members making an effort

THE improvement in engagement and attendance of elected members at Invercargill City Council meetings shows a commitment to sort its issues out, a councillor...

City street closures raise concerns

AN Invercargill businessman has been blindsided by the Invercargill City Council's plans to close the city's CBD to vehicles for 14 months. The council is...

Covid-19 vaccine clinic arrives on Stewart Is

NEW Zealand’s southernmost Covid-19 vaccine clinic began on Rakiura/Stewart Island yesterday. Large numbers of the community came forward to be tested following a scare with...

Bringing back the birdsong

Rakiura Stewart Island is a place you can bump into kiwi crossing the road or hear the harsh skraark of a kaka flying above....

Carriage joins new home among rail artefacts

An historic railway carriage has been added to the collection of locomotives, wagons and carriages on display at the Lumsden Railway Precinct. Built by New...

Small tumour became terminal after long delays

INVERCARGILL nurse Kathryn Harper had great faith in the health system, but was ultimately let down by it. Five weeks ago, Ms Harper died of...

Manager’s mind on meeting consent conditions

THE man in charge of Southland's largest landfill is pleased it no longer has a restriction on how much waste it can take. For the...

Traffic control cleared for take-off

AFTER more than a year of uncertainty about Invercargill Airport's air traffic control services, its chief executive is looking to the future now it...

Mana whenua roles agreed

IT is time to heal the wounds and for the Invercargill City Council to face its obligations with iwi, Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt says. At...
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