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Southerner back for battle

Former Southlander Glenn Johnstone's Scania truck bursts into flames at Timaru International Motor Raceway in January. Glenn Johnstone was competing in his first event at...

XV toface parliament team

SOON after Winton man Blair Vining, 38, was diagnosed with terminal bowel cancer in October last year he wrote out his bucket list, which...

Deputy running for top job

INVERCARGILL deputy mayor Rebecca Amundsen is taking on long-time mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt for the city's top job in this year's local body elections. She...

Vandals to be caught on camera

RISKY behaviour, vandalism and costly repair bills have prompted a north Invercargill primary school to install CCTV cameras to catch the culprits. Salford School principal...

On target for world champs

INVERCARGILL man Les Hoffman has shot his way onto the international stage, representing New Zealand at two high-level international clay target shooting championships this...

Residents against cat plan

CATS of Omaui took centre-stage during a two day hearing this week about the proposed Southland Environment Pest Management Plan with many residents from...

Former staff runs for council

FORMER council staffer Kari Graber has put her hand up to run for the Invercargill City Council (ICC) at this year's local body elections. "I...

Buyers sought for Kew Bowl

THE Invercargill City Council (ICC) is seeking to offload the vacant Kew Bowl site. A council spokesperson said there had been increased interest in the...

Shearers aim for record

SHEARERS were hoping to better a record of shearing more than 2210 sheep during a Riverton Lions Club fundraiser this week. Starting early on Tuesday,...

Family learn about uncle

A SIMPLE email and social media post from the other side of the world has allowed a Southland man to receive closure about his...
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