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Worker accommodation shortage

The rapid rise of Airbnb is contributing to a serious shortage in worker accommodation in Southland, impacting employers' ability to attract and retain staff,...

Farmers building owner receives offer

THE owner of the Farmers building in Invercargill says he has been approached with an offer to buy the building. The Dee St building is...

People have their say on CBD

SUBMISSIONS from H&J Smith Holdings Ltd and Heritage New Zealand opposing a multimillion-dollar development proposed Invercargill's inner city surprised HWCP director Scott O'Donnell. "I was...

Oreti Sands outcome expected next year

SOUTHERN Institute of Technology officials expect to know by April if they can proceed with a plan to run a turf management course at...

On your bike

Photographer Dave Loudon was on hand to capture some of the motorbike racing action at Teretonga Park on Saturday.  

CBD businesses “in a holding pattern”

THE future of Invercargill inner city businesses remain in limbo as a multimillion-dollar development planned for the inner city progresses. HWCP Management Ltd has lodged...

Unique WW1 honour board gifted

A WORLD War 1 honour board being gifted to a Southland school is "unlike any other" in the region, researcher Ann Robbie says. The honour...

Hargest’s kakahu made to be worn

THERE can be no higher honour for those at James Hargest College who have the school's kakahu draped over their shoulders. The newly completed feathered...

Time for Pagan to smell the roses

ROBIN Pagan's love of his life continues, despite the downsizing of his territory. Last Friday was Mr Pagan's last day as the parks and reserves...

Councillor advises Kiribati on waste

AN Invercargill City councillor has fast become a central figure in trying to find a waste solution for a small island nation in the...
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