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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...

Dawn Raid wins Best First Book

SOUTHLAND author Pauline Smith's first novel My New Zealand Story: Dawn Raid has been awarded the accolade of Best First Book at the 2018...

Jones’ cash stash to be divided out

FIVE applications have been sent the Government's way as Southland authorities team up in an attempt to tap into Shane Jones' stack of cash. Mr...

Could housing be part of CBD plans?

INVERCARGILL City Council (ICC) centre city co-ordinator Kari Graber is adamant more apartment living is needed in the planned CBD overhaul to ensure Invercargill...

The dream is not over for Oreti Sands

THE Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) is targeting the Asian market in a bold attempt to launch a new sports turf management programme which...
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