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ICC tenants take united stand

A GROUP of Invercargill City Council (ICC) flat tenants want to have a stronger, united and more effective voice. More than 20 tenants gathered on...

‘Hopefully we can save someone else’

WHEN Trinette and Crystal Wilton lost their daughter and sister, they felt anger and loss - that part of their lives had been taken...

SIT chief keen to bridge gap

THE new chief executive of The Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) wants to make a difference at the polytech and for the Southland community. Onno...

Crowds welcome return of oyster festival

PEOPLE from throughout New Zealand descended on Bluff at the weekend for a "seafood extravaganza". After a hiatus of a year due to the Covid-19...

Southland heroes honoured

SEVEN Southland men answered the call to take on one of Australia's biggest battles the New South Wales (NSW) bushfires, dubbed Black Summer, which...

ICC urged to save Bluff pool

A SPOTLIGHT shone on the Bluff community pool on the first day of the Invercargill City Council's (ICC) long-term plan hearings on Tuesday. ICC received...

Trip raises thousands

KEPT going by a packet or two of liquorice allsorts, a group of Southland men have successfully driven a tractor from Invercargill to Christchurch...

‘Honoured’ to play at national service

TWO Southland youngsters described the experience of playing in the Anzac Day national service as a special moment - one to be proud of. Connor...

We will remember them

RED, the colour of blood, the price for peace. Among the poppies of Flanders in Belgium, many soldiers of World War 1 perished and were...

Vaccination clinic opens in the city

A NEW vaccination clinic opened in Invercargill this week will be where many Southland residents will go to get their Covid-19 vaccine. The opening of...
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