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Directors in spotlight

INVERCARGILL City Council will not have elected members as directors of council-controlled companies any longer. The motion proposed by Cr Ian Pottinger was approved at...

Gun laws raise doubt

BANNED firearms may present new obstacles for pest control management in Southland. Custom Guns owner Greg Hudson, who has run his gun retail store out...

‘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...

Girls urged to have a go at farming

A 'GIRLS can do anything' attitude has been the driving force for one young woman to get more girls interested in farming. From crutching sheep...

Immersed in culture

HE Earth is flat. James Hargest College pupil Hannah Barton explained how she learnt about the flat Earth philosophy when she attended the Youth Leadership...

Trust looking to bring Flyer to city

IF plans to relocate the Kingston Flyer to the city are realised, it will contribute to making Invercargill the "heritage wheels" hub of New Zealand,...

Strong turnout in city elections

TIM Shadbolt will continue his unprecedented reign as Invercargill Mayor for the 22nd consecutive year after a landslide victory in Saturday's local body election. There...

Tong re-elected

THE results of the local body elections are a mixed bag, with some of the old guard returning to their posts alongside some new...

Shadbolt’s legacy continues

THE city has spoken and Tim Shadbolt will continue his reign as the longest-serving mayor in New Zealand history. The incumbent Invercargill Mayor has now...

Motorcycle’s fortunate flight

  ''DISASTER has been averted", according to Burt Munro Challenge (BMC) street race organiser Garry Jamieson.  One of the main attractions at this year's challenge...
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