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Night sky to attract visitors

THE stars above Fiordland could soon be part of the second-largest protected area of dark sky in the world a move welcomed by the...

Positivity a winning strategy

A LIFE-CHANGING event can lead to either a life filled with negativity or positivity. Southland woman Sue Morrison-Bailey made a decision when she was diagnosed...

Kiwi tradition embraced and continued

WHEN Brazilian national Alberto Costa left his home country for Invercargill 11 years ago, he never imagined he would become a duck-shooter. But he fell...

Fans given reason to cheer

AFTER not playing at home for 665 days, the Southland Sharks continued their strong early season form with a thrilling 78-76 win over the...

Sir Tim refuses to apologise

INVERCARGILL Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt is refusing to apologise for comments he made about a lack of training and support, comments his fellow councillors...

Maori ward ‘must be meaningful’

IT is not about only ticking a box - establishing a Maori ward in the Invercargill City Council needs to be effective and meaningful,...

Smelter focuses on environment

COASTAL erosion and water and soil contaminants have been identified as key concerns for the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter ahead of its 2024 closure. A...

Southland people the ‘in the dark’ over consent issue

A SOUTHLAND group addressed regional councillors last week about being "left completely in the dark" over a controversial consent application. The AB Lime Action Group...

Badly burnt police officer ‘so brave’

A TE ANAU police officer faces a long and painful recovery after an accident involving a gas bottle left him with severe burns. Last Saturday,...

Rotary marks 40 years of good reads

DESPITE how the world is changing, printed literature has stood the test of time. So much so, the Rotary Club of Invercargill will celebrate the...
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