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O’Brien keen to join ICC

WELL-KNOWN Southlander Paddy O'Brien has confirmed he will stand in the Invercargill City Council by-election. The World Rugby High Performance sevens referee manager and former...

City seat too close to call

FOR the first time in a long while, a southern electorate race is too close to call. The dominance of Labour throughout the country on...

Resigning a relief for Biddle

"I WAS doing his job." Those are the words of departing Invercargill Deputy Mayor Toni Biddle. Ms Biddle said Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt had tears in...

Farmers dealt another blow

IT has been a challenging year for Southland farmers. From major flooding in February, to the repercussions of Covid-19 - last week's snow blast and...

Mayor strikes out at critics

INVERCARGILL Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt believes his critics want him removed because he is just like United States President Donald Trump — someone who...

Final cry for the town crier

FOR the past five years, Lynley McKerrow has been crying at major events throughout Southland. However, next month will be the last time her voice...

He purakau tenei (This is the legend)

INVERCARGILL carver Greg Houkamau chisels into a carving which represents the Maori legend of Tane seeking Nga Kete o te Wananga three baskets of...

Deadly crossing

DRIVER impatience, arrogance and entitlement - crossing the Mill Rd South intersection along Oteramika Rd is like playing Russian roulette, according to some nearby...

Spring smiles

SIX-year-old Sharlotte Temaro celebrated the first day of spring doing what she loves taking care of animals. The Invercargill girl made the most of the...

Confidence can be restored

INVERCARGILL's mayor believes public confidence can be restored, following a "positive" meeting held on Tuesday to discuss recent governance concerns. In a statement released after...
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