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Innovative care village in pipeline

CALVARY Hospital Southland is proposing to develop an innovative and progressive community-based model of care for the elderly and people living with dementia in...

Last call to cast your vote

WITH voting for local body elections set to close at noon on October 12, people are being urged to cast their vote. As of Tuesday...

Dairy targeted twice

INVERCARGILL police say the investigation into a robbery and an alleged attempted robbery on the same dairy last week is ongoing. Newfield Dairy part-owner Christine...

Motorhome buyer target of scam

ALMOST "$19,000 out of pocket", Southland woman Dianne Pearsey says her biggest fear is someone else is caught out by the same elaborate scam...

From old school to new homes

A NEW development planned for the city will not only repurpose one of Invercargill's derelict school sites but also help address the concerning housing...

Central city post shop to close

INVERCARGILL'S last remaining standalone central city PostShop is set to close. From November 21, the Don St PostShop will be closed and customers redirected to...

Proposed fishing rules concern

THE Stewart Island community will struggle to manage the disposal of rotting filleted blue cod frames on shore should the introduction of new rules...

Body landscape causes offence

IS it art and a celebration of the human form or an offensive pornographic image? You decide. Southland-based fine art photographer Cory Varcoe's Bodyscapes Facebook...

‘Victory’ for Bluff workers

DESCRIBED as a "bittersweet" victory, a pay rise for Sanford's Bluff workers has been welcomed by employees. Thirty six Sanford employees voted unanimously to accept...

Countdown to first direct flight

"UNDER budget, and on time." Invercargill Airport chairman Tommy Foggo was proud to declare the rare statement in the countdown to the Auckland to Invercargill...
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