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Tiwai: More time, more jobs

NEW Zealand's Aluminium Smelter (NZAS) will need to recruit more staff following last week's announcement it will remain open for at least another four...

Warmer weather expected in South

Summer may be halfway done but there is an expectation of more beach-friendly temperatures to come. Niwa last week said Otago and Southland temperatures were...

Festive fun and friendship

DESPTIE the weather, Tahlia van Boxtel-Malin and Victoria Bradney arrived early at Christmas in the Park to secure a good seat. The inclement weather did...

Christmas cheer

IT was a special treat for members of Age Concern as they got into the festive spirit to celebrate Christmas with Santa on Tuesday. Invercargill...

A vibrant vision for Bluff

IT'S onwards and upwards with exciting enhancements to the Bluff township, its community board chairman says. A plan to revitalise Bluff in the next 20...

‘Stunning’ city plan revealed

A BUSINESSMAN who is working with the Invercargill City Council on its inner-city master plan said the project was "an investment for the future". This...

Mayor’s about-turn shocks

INVERCARGILL City councillors and staff were left shocked on Monday when Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt rebutted an independent report which revealed a "leadership void"...

Six60 bassist returns south

IF a plan to get a tattoo of Invercargill Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt's face on the Four Square man's logo doesn't scream "I love...

City girl’s art stars in Rowling’s new book

AN Invercargill youngster is one of a handful around the world picked to illustrate Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling's latest book, The Ickabog. While Rowling...

The Chosen One just pipped

JUST for a fleeting moment during the Melbourne Cup on Tuesday, the 18 Southland owners of contender The Chosen One thought the horse may...
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