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Testing moves to the community

SOUTHLAND Alliance Freezing Company workers were "more than happy" to assist health officials by being tested for Covid-19 last Friday, a director of nursing...

Young artists getting creative during lockdown

COVID-19 lockdown has seen many initiatives to occupy people at home during the past weeks. Te Anau woman Jeannie Herring, an artist with a Diploma...

Q&A: Speedway photographer Corbyn Shuttleworth

CAPTURING the thrills and spills at Riverside Speedway through the lens of his camera has been the job of 16-year-old Southland Boys' High School...

SPW to offer look inside the world of wrestling

SOUTHERN Pro Wrestling (SPW) founders have noticed an increase in people wanting to take part in wrestling shows. So it will instigate a try-out day...

International student courses in spotlight

THE Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) is working to get accreditation so international students not able to enter the country are able to start...

Crs endorse ‘shovel ready’ projects

THE Invercargill City Council (ICC) will be asking for $107.25 million from the Crown Infrastructure Partners after councillors endorsed five "shovel-ready" projects at a...

City road racer in the history books

AFTER just one year of road racing, Invercargill's Cormac Buchanan has won the Supersport 150 class in his debut of the New Zealand Superbike...

Honesty the best policy

INVERCARGILL'S Diack's Nurseries are relying on honesty being the best policy during Alert Level 3. The garden centre opened its doors for the first time...

The south remembers

THIS Anzac Day New Zealanders came together standing apart Stand At Dawn event. Jointly held by The Returned and Services Association (RSA) and New Zealand...
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