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Southland economy cranks up again

AS Southland emerges from the restrictions of Alert Level 4, there is a feeling of optimism as many businesses return to work. The cost to...

Committed to our community

If there was a word which sums up what is important right now it is community. We are in this together, and as a publishing...

Covid-19 case confirmed

INVERCARGILL has its first case of Covid-19. The announcement was made by the Ministry of Health's director-general of health Dr Ashley Bloomfield at a live-streamed...

A time for love and humanity

TWO Invercargill services will be held on Sunday in remembrance of last year's terror attack in Christchurch, which killed more than 50 people. Southland Imam...

Habitat quits Grand contract

AFTER less than a year of managing The Grand accommodation in central Invercargill, Habitat for Humanity has pulled the plug on its contract with...

Family mourns ‘hero’

THE past few days have been a blur for Melyssa Palmeira. Last week, the Invercargill woman lost the "first and only" love of her life. Brazilian-born...

Charity hospital finds a home

AN Invercargill building has been found and gifted, and will be come the base for a Southland Charity Hospital. The Clifton Club Inn is to...

Striking the gavel for 65 years

WHEN Bill Todd got a message from his father asking him to fill a vacancy in the family business, he never thought he would...

Residents voice concerns about whitebait review

THE raised hands at the whitebait management public consultation meeting in Invercargill last week showed disdain at proposed changes. When one attendee asked the crowd...

Locomotive rises from river

IT'S full steam ahead in getting a locomotive engine returned to its original home town. One of two 1885 V126 Class steam locomotives was removed...
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