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TAB to be retained

THE Invercargill Licensing Trust (ILT) has answered patrons' calls by stepping in at the eleventh hour to retain the TAB at the Northern Tavern. However,...

Dementia put to the test

SOUTHLAND's exports are generally pretty well regarded. There's the Bluff oyster, and there is also the agriculture industry. In Hobart, Australia, there is another Southland product...

A change of plan for Chinese garden

INVERCARGILL City councillor Karen Arnold has questioned just what the city is now getting with a scaled-back Friendship Garden at Queens Park. As part of...

Early recognition for author

IT'S a prestigious start for new Southland author Pauline Smith, with her first book, My New Zealand Story: Dawn Raid, named a finalist in...

Latest leg of Fiordland trail to open at Queen’s Birthday

THE Fiordland Trails Trust, which is developing the Lake2Lake Te Anau to Manapouri multi-use trail, is a finalist in the Community Impact Award, one...

SMAG closure ‘a grievous mistake’?

AN Invercargill City councillor has raised questions as to why an earthquake-prone Gore District Council building has remained open but the Southland Museum &...

Regional agency decision imminent

WHETHER a new agency will be established to drive Southland's regional and economic development is expected to be decided by the end of this...

ICC reviews stadium funding

ILT Stadium Southland boss Alan Dennis says it would be an absolute disaster for the city if the Invercargill City Council opts not to...

ICC looking at options for vacant course

THE Invercargill City Council will continue to maintain the soon-to-be-vacant 60 hectares of land previously used as the Oreti Sands golf course at Sandy...

South Alive in running for top honour

THE South Invercargill Urban Rejuvenation Charitable Trust (South Alive) will be in the running for the 2017 Trustpower National Community Awards in Queenstown from...
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