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Old meets new in creative hub

THE past and future of Invercargill’s architecture converges in the Southern Institute of Technology’s newest building — a hub of digital and creative arts...

Rebuilding the heart of the city

UNDER the Invercargill sky, cranes have been working intensely for the past two years in what has been described as the most transformational project...

Grieving son in MIQ battle

GRIEVING Malcolm Mitchell was prevented from attending his father's funeral in Invercargill this week because of what he says is an inhuman Managed Isolation...

Merry Christmas

Countless hours have gone into the entries of this year's Professionals Christmas Lights competition. We would like to thank all those entrants who have spent...

Christmas races ‘seamless’ event

BESIDES the fascinators and flash outfits, attendees of the Christmas at the Races in Invercargill had a new ‘‘must-have’’ accessory this year — a...

Christmas cheer for 20 years

THERE are about 30,000 to 40,000 lights which illuminate the Tattersfield family home in Tay St in Invercargill, as they bring Christmas joy to...

Orange means go – for some

LEADERS and business owners are making a plea to the community to be kind and understanding with staff when Southland shifts to the traffic...

A Hero for the community

WHEN a parcel arrived at Gavin Evans' house a couple of weeks ago, he was completely surprised. An aficionado for Lego and blocks, his imagination...

Housing shortage hits home

IF Southland does not immediately address its already strained housing situation, shortages will skyrocket and constrain Southland growth, a report shows. Great South commissioned the...

Santa’s taking it to streets

SANTA is going to be firmly buckled up in his convertible when the Southland Santa Parade goes on tour for the first time this...
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