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Words have the power to create

EDUCATORS have the power to encourage or destroy children's confidence with their words. This was a key message in the first talk of the 2017...

Communications key for boaties

COASTGUARD has an important message for all boaties: "If you can't call for help, we can't rescue you.'' This was a core message of Safer...

Living with Type 1 diabetes

THIRST, sunken eyes and a reduced appetite which resulted in a weight loss of about 15kg. Anna Swain ignored the symptoms. Some which had persisted for...

The romance of writing fiction novels

UP and coming fiction author Anya Forest has been rewriting romance for New Zealand women. Her latest novel A Southern Strait is the story of...

Plenty of options to launch a future with SIT

THE Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) offers a multitude of courses for students looking tobegin a qualification and careerin the industry of their choice. Enrolments...

Significant milestone for youth programme

SOUTHLAND Youth Futures (SYF) has passed a significant milestone, signing up its 20th Employer Excellence Partner two weeks ago, quickly followed by the 21st...

Recognising Southland’s trade graduates

THIS year, TradeQual is celebrating the region’s trade training graduates for the 12th year at a recognition dinner. The event is made possible with...

Are you getting married soon?

COUPLES often become so occupied with planning their big day that they don't set any time aside to plan details of their life after...

Wedding Expo at Vickery Court

The Wedding Expo of Dresses Through the Ages was held at the Vickery Court Home and Hospital recently. The expo, organised by Vickery Court activities...

Restoration project uncovers stories

NEW life is being given to old headstones and cemetery plots at Invercargill's Eastern Cemetery. Having been shot at age 30, Railways employee John Henderson...
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