Business

Coffee with a twist

BLACK Shag Espresso Bar is bringing the rare taste of old-time Italy to Invercargill. Black Shag owner/operators Dion Milanesi and Sylvie Chasteau are the proud...

Midwives open doors

EXPECTANT mothers in Invercargill will have another option when it comes to midwives with the opening of a new midwifery practice last weekend. Bloom Maternity...

Wastenet tender due to close

TODAY is was the last date to submit a bid for the Wastenet tender to recycle all of Gore, Invercargill and Southland councils' collections. Wastenet...

Development ‘positive’

A WEEK after moving her business Beauty and Beyond to its new premises in Kelvin St, Nicole Carter is looking forward to the Invercargill's...

Reputation ruined

AN Invercargill vehicle tester, who lost his authority to issue warrants of fitness after complaints about the quality of his work, says the decision...

Change ‘good for city’

''CHANGE is important," Just Incredible co-owner David Ellis says as he prepares to close his Invercargill store next Tuesday. The retailer is the third business...

Munro history made to be worn

BURT Munro has inspired artisan jewellers Mike Walsh and Simon Bath, of B & W Manufacturing Ltd, to custom-make a Burt Munro-themed ring. Some of...

Meatworks takes on refugees

AMID the new season last year, Blue Sky Meats welcomed former Colombian refugees to its team. Working with the team at the New Zealand Red...

Following a new path

COMMONWEALTH gold medal cyclist Glen Thomson has decided to call time on his shop – Cycle Surgery. Thomson, who won gold at the 1998 Commonwealth...

Video still in demand

WHILE most video stores across the country are facing closure, Invercargill is bucking the trend with its two remaining video stores continuing to operate...
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