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Most hunters comply

SOUTHLAND duck-shooters hit a milestone this season with the lowest non-compliance rate in years, a Southland Fish & Game ranger says. Hunters from across the...

‘Adopt-a-trap’ launched on Stewart Island

RAT Damon, Trappy McTrapface and Ratthew are some of the names of rat traps 'adopted' on Stewart Island. The Stewart Island/Rakiura Community & Environment Trust...

Progress made on creative space

SOUTHLAND'S transitional art and museum space, He Waka Tuia Art + Museum, is months away from opening, two years after the museum shut to...

Triple treat for centenarians

CELEBRATIONS are in full swing at Invercargill's Enliven Peacehaven Village as three residents celebrate a "major milestone". Colin McMillan celebrated his 100th birthday a few...

Shovel-ready projects make Govt shortlist

SOUTHLAND councils have been advised which of their shovel-ready projects have been shortlisted by the Government. The Infrastructure Industry Reference Group whittled down the 1924...

Otatara residents object

OTATARA community members are asking the Invercargill City Council (ICC) to revisit its plans in relation to a $90,000 bequest of a former resident. Former...

Animals in good hands

AN Invercargill animal rescue charity has found a silver lining to the Covid-19 lockdown with a spike in adoptees and fosterers. Volunteer organisation Furever Homes...

Deputy to lead during lockdown

INVERCARGILL Deputy Mayor Toni Biddle will be taking control of Invercargill City Council (ICC) emergency meetings during the Government's Covid-19 lockdown. But she assured the...

Tractor Trek gets rolling in the city

WHILE tractors on Invercargill roads are not an unusual sight, Friday's convoy through the city stood out. Led by mental health advocate Mike King, about...

Fiordland projects to receive $13m boost

MILFORD Sound will receive $13 million for two projects as part of the $12 billion New Zealand Upgrade Programme announced by the Government last...
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