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Marae invites community to celebrate Matariki

Toi Maori (Maori art), local purakau (stories) and the cosmos are set to converge at the Bluff marae, under the Matariki stars. During Matariki, Te...

Kristie Simpson’s in a league of her own

GROWING up in a netball family, umpire Kristie Simpson never expected she would be the one to make a mark in the sport. But, last...

Nobby Clark to contest mayoralty

The Invercargill mayoralty race is heating up, with deputy mayor Nobby Clark throwing his hat in the ring. Cr Clark is in his first term...

Vandals target community

RESIDENTS of a micro-village near Otatara have experienced a notable increase in vandalism since an Invercargill City Council Parks and Recreation ranger vacated their on-sight...

‘Hands-on’ data centre on the way

A TECHNOLOGY businessman says he wants to bring the data centre revolution to Southland. For the past 18 months, T4 Group directors Jason Porter and...

Solar pathway supported

STEWART Island man wants his fellow islanders to follow his lead on solar energy and go off the grid. Since 1988, Rakiura-Stewart Island has used...

A lifetime in the limelight

FOR Gussie Johnson, theatre has been a part of her life for about as long as she can remember. Previously the oldest practising teacher in...

Living costs a factor in pets being surrendered

THE sharp increase in the cost of living during the past two years has seen an increase in people having to rehome their pets,...

Living costs factor in pets being surrendered

THE sharp increase in the cost of living during the past two years has seen an increase in people having to rehome their pets,...

Young chefs’ time to shine

MIX a bunch of young chefs with the South Island's top cooks, season with Southland flavour and let them stir for a whole afternoon. The...
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