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500 tamariki confirm teaching legacy

WINTON Kindergarten head teacher Judy Brown has left a lasting legacy, estimating she had taught 500 children during her 17 years at the early...

Community wants a colourful CBD

A COLOURFUL pedestrian crossing, a giant umbrella which changes colour when it is raining and a flying fox are among ideas to bring vibrancy...

Cr speaks up for Bluff

INVERCARGILL'S newest city councillor has let his colleagues know what he thinks of their attitude towards his home town. During a performance, policy and partnership...

Aurora pupils grow kindness

THE only thing missing from a transformed Invercargill school garden is chickens. And they will be arriving. From bee havens to tomato-filled tunnel houses, herbs for...

We took our cars to Invercargill

A PASSION for Minis and the movie Goodbye Pork Pie, and a desire to help children in need, led to about 100 people embarking...

Pyramid pickle has finally been sorted

DONE and dusted. After a year of reports, discussions and concerns, the Southland Museum & Art Gallery board has officially accepted the ownership of the...

Final flourish of rare Agave Americana worth the wait

AFTER 20 years of watching and waiting, Raewyn Luscombe was close to digging out her rare Agave Americana plant - then she spotted something...

Battle for club rugby supremacy to kick off

THERE will be seven premier grade teams in contention for the Galbraith Shield when the Southland club rugby season kicks off on Saturday. Rugby Southland...

Community pays tribute to Mr Horn

MISSING no more, Invercargill man Raymond Horn's body was found last week. The 68-year-old had been missing since February 15. His body was found in a...

Guilty verdict follows trial

‘‘SHE didn’t die for nothing.’’ Those were the words of Trinette Wilton, mother of murder victim Azalia Wilson, after a jury found Samuel Moses Samson...
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