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Squid fishing rules concern sea lion trust

NEW squid fishing rules at the Auckland Islands, the main breeding site for vulnerable native sea lions, have been set but the New Zealand...

Kmart ready for business

FINAL preparations are under way ahead of Kmart's official opening in Invercargill at 8am tomorrow. The Kmart shopping complex is at 15 Clyde St, bordered...

Cafe has focus on well-being

A CAFE with a difference – Bliss Cafe, Gift Shop and Well-being – opened this week in Windsor. Owners Debbie and Garry Jamieson said the...

Remaining businesses in CBD block set to vacate

THE move is on as the last remaining businesses in Invercargill's CBD prepare to vacate the inner city block earmarked for demolition. HWCP Management Ltd...

Aquaculture park in the works

GROWING optimism in the aquaculture industry has spurred a group of investors to pump money into rejuvenating the neglected former Ocean Beach Freezing Works...

Beekeepers urged to be vigilant

BEEKEEPERS in Southland still need to be on the lookout for the destructive bee-killing disease American Foulbrood as numbers of infected hives remain constant. The...

City projects applauded

LEIGHS Construction chief financial officer David Jarman says submitting a proposal to take on The Langlands hotel project in Southland was a "natural" decision. "We're...

A showcase of the south

FROM multiple corners across Southland, a group of uniquely artisan producers have joined forces in the pursuit of showcasing the region's hidden flavours. For Gathered...

Gun product on target

A KEEN hunter and engineer by trade, a Southland entrepreneur has taken a shot at a gap in the gun product market. Ethan Todd was...

ILT, SIT hotel project a NZ first

THE Invercargill Licensing Trust (ILT) and Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) will join forces in a first-of-its-kind inner-city initiative. The two organisations will develop a...
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