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Rakiura Heritage Centre offers an early sneak peek

STEWART Island may have its new $3.6 million heritage centre up and running by the middle of next year, but some visitors will be...

Sanford Bluff to cut 17 jobs

AFTER weeks of uncertainty, Sanford's Bluff workers now know their fate. The company announced earlier this week 17 workers would lose their jobs at its...

Recycling tender to stay with SdE

A DECISION between Southland disAbility Enterprises (SdE) and WasteNet has been made, with SdE set to keep the recycling contract for one more year. The...

Government gun buy-back to begin

COLLECTION sites have been announced for Southland following the implementation of the Government's gun buy-back scheme. New Zealand Police have released dates, times and locations...

Controversial cat plan excluded from Omaui

CAT owners in Omaui can celebrate as they are allowed to keep their pets. A well-debated and criticised proposal for a site-led programme at the...

Arnold intends to resign

AN Invercargill City councillor says she intends to resign as a controversial waste management contract divides councillors. Cr Karen Arnold announced her intention to resign...

Pottinger top attendee

AND the prize for attendance goes to .........Invercargill City councillor Ian Pottinger. He has fronted up to all 81 council and committee meetings he is...

On track for winter

THE rain did not keep the cyclists away from the trails last weekend. More than 70 competitors converged on Sandy Point on Sunday to the...

Comic book fans out in force

THERE was a comic for everyone at the Free Comic Book Day 2019 held at the Invercargill City Library last Saturday. Into its third year...

Stores affected by gun law

CONCERNS have been raised in Southland over the Government's "rushed" decision to implement restrictions on firearms and what impact it will have on the...
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