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Time to pass on the baton

THE ride of a lifetime is nearly over for Tour of Southland tour director Bruce Ross. After 50 years of involvement in the event, 35...

Stone artworks to be relocated

TWO sculptures in Invercargill's Queen Park are on the move much to the delight of their creator, Southland artist Johnny Penisula. The Invercargill City Council...

Hui-a-Iwi will put Murihiku on map

THOUSANDS of people from throughout Aotearoa and overseas are expected to converge on Waihopai (Invercargill) in November for the first Ngai Tahu Hui-a-Iwi to...

Homecoming for doctor

IT is a homecoming for Waratahs rugby team doctor Sharron Flahive. Flahive, who has been the team doctor for the Waratahs for 20 years, grew...

CBD development gets the green light

THE backers of the $180 million redevelopment of central Invercargill have cleared a major planning hurdle, leaving the money as the next big issue...

Bugs, birds and fauna returning

KIWI may one day return to Motupohue. The forest is regenerating, birds are returning... and Motupohue is flourishing, thanks to a dedicated team of predator...

Racing driver has the Endurance

WHEN his phone rang last Wednesday evening little did Invercargill racing driver Jordan Michels know the opportunity that was about to present itself. On the...

Bridge closures cause frustration

TWO of three public meetings have been held discussing reasons why three Southland bridges are set to be closed permanently. The three bridges, Mataura Island-Titiroa...

Bridges close in Southland cash squeeze

THREE Southland District bridges are set to be permanently closed as there is not enough funding for repairs and maintenance of all the Southland...

‘An unbelievable result’

IT was an outcome few expected, but pilot Andrew Hefford, paramedic John Lambeth and winch operator Lester Stevens all walked into Southland Hospital unaided...
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