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No questions over Stags’ funding

INVERCARGILL Licensing Trust chairman Alan Dennis says there is no in-depth review of Rugby Southland funding in the pipeline, despite yet another bleak season...

A YEAR OUT

October 12 marks one year out from the next local body election. The Southland Express askedĀ our 12 Invercargill City councillors and mayor if the...

Concerns raised over Stead St proposal

INVERCARGILL city councillor Lindsay Abbot has voted against a recommendation to lease part of the Stead St Reserve, while a camping ground owner has...

Bringing Anderson House alive again

A GROUP of Southlanders passionate about Invercargill's much-loved Anderson House have a plan to revive it. "It is a far too important asset to be...

Positive Invercargill man ‘an inspiration’

THEY do not come much more inspirational than Invercargill man Chris Dooley. Mr Dooley's story is one of setback after setback, with a big dose...

Country pub lives to see another day

AS many country pubs in New Zealand are closing, one Southland pub is getting a new lease on life. The Woodlands Tavern is set to...

Upgrade of facilities well under way

PROJECTS to upgrade two of Invercargill's community facilities are well advanced. Most of the work associated with the first two stages of the $1.4 million...

Kiwi flies at Bonneville Speed Week

YEARS of drag racing helped Chris Barnes, of Riverton, to almost equal the New Zealand land speed record. That record was set by Eddie Freeman...

CBD retail strategy ‘is working’

A STRATEGY designed to support businesses in Invercargill's CBD and invigorate the inner city is working, and still very much a focus for Invercargill...

Owners ‘struggling’ to stay in the CBD

RESTAURANTS are beginning the process of vacating Invercargill's inner city block earmarked for a new multimillion-dollar development, but relocating is proving costly and difficult...
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