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Ancient totara dune forest becomes Southland reserve

IN Otatara there is a totara dune forest where ancient trees bend and twist and brace themselves against the prevailing winds. Sculpted by the winds,...

Stags fans welcomed back to Rugby Park

"BRING the roar." That's what Rugby Southland is asking its devoted fans to do, now crowds can return to see the Southland Stags play North...

Endangered bird star of Southland stamp

A LARGE, flightless, nocturnal, ground-dwelling parrot now features on a postage stamp and First Day Cover. The $1.40 stamp, known as CALs (Custom Advertising Labels),...

A peaceful place to rest

A SWEEPING view well worth pondering. A bespoke wooden bench has been created by Riverton artist Wayne Hill for walkers to rest, take in the...

Boat salvage efforts may be thwarted

WEATHER may hamper the salvage operation of a boat which is spilling oil into Deepwater Basin in Milford Sound after it burned and sank...

Criminal charges possible

AN explanation given for an Invercargill explosion which left two people badly burned has been rubbished by a fire investigator and police are not...

Southland Stags off to a flying start

THE Southland Stags will take some confidence going into the round two match of the Mitre 10 Cup against Bay Of Plenty in Rotorua...

Family disappointed NZ Govt search focus turns to black box

THE family of a Southland man missing in the East China Sea are disappointed the New Zealand Government has turned its focus to recovering...

Fuel retailer offering ‘a better deal’

A SOUTH ISLAND, family-owned, fuel retailer is hoping its opening of a second station in Invercargill will benefit all motorists. NPD recently opened a second...

New hotel ‘on target’

FOR many, it will seem like The Langlands Hotel has shot up out of nowhere. However, come next year, a whole lot of work will...
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