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Islanders line up for first jab

A SOUTHLAND woman never thought she would be one of the first people in her family to be vaccinated against Covid-19. Former Gore woman Skyla...

Oyster companies reach quota early

A SOUTHLAND oyster company is turning away customers after it reached its quota for the season more than a month before it officially ends. Barnes...

Paws for thought

VOLUNTEERS from around the south raised money for the Southland Charity Hospital during its annual Red, Black and White Day appeal last Friday. These included...

‘I’ve felt I’ve done the hard yards’

ROBIN Wilson says satisfaction is being part of a team that achieves something for the greater good. The recent retiree believes he has earned that...

Black Caps’ trophy comes to town

A CLASH with the Blackcaps' national tour of the Mace trophy and Southern Steel's elimination final has meant the ICC World Test Championship trophy...

Elected members making an effort

THE improvement in engagement and attendance of elected members at Invercargill City Council meetings shows a commitment to sort its issues out, a councillor...

City street closures raise concerns

AN Invercargill businessman has been blindsided by the Invercargill City Council's plans to close the city's CBD to vehicles for 14 months. The council is...

Covid-19 vaccine clinic arrives on Stewart Is

NEW Zealand’s southernmost Covid-19 vaccine clinic began on Rakiura/Stewart Island yesterday. Large numbers of the community came forward to be tested following a scare with...

Bringing back the birdsong

Rakiura Stewart Island is a place you can bump into kiwi crossing the road or hear the harsh skraark of a kaka flying above....

Carriage joins new home among rail artefacts

An historic railway carriage has been added to the collection of locomotives, wagons and carriages on display at the Lumsden Railway Precinct. Built by New...
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