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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...

Family a vital support in a crisis

A COLOMBIAN-BORN resident says living overseas is a life dealing with daily challenges. However, among all the scenarios Invercargill resident Adriana Rincon could think of,...

Wind generation on island a step closer

SOUTHLAND district councillors have decided on a contractor for the pre-development stage of a Stewart Island wind power project. The council's services and assets committee...

Plants in high demand

IT began with toilet paper and sanitiser- now demand across Southland and Otago has moved to cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower and silverbeet. Public demand for winter...

Deputy to lead during lockdown

INVERCARGILL Deputy Mayor Toni Biddle will be taking control of Invercargill City Council (ICC) emergency meetings during the Government's Covid-19 lockdown. But she assured the...

Saving lives in the region

About six years ago, a team of like-minded and skilled individuals formed a group called Fiordland Marine Search and Rescue; their aim was to...
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