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Young city mother with a vision awarded fellowship

WHEN Bailey Ives had her son at the age of 16, her life completely changed. Being a young mother, she had to adapt to a...

Anti-vaxxers hijack mosque attack cartoon

OTAGO Daily Times cartoonist Shaun Yeo said he was annoyed and upset a cartoon created to mourn the Christchurch mosque attacks has been hijacked...

Support for Shadbolt gets ICC approval

TWO Invercargill city councillors tried to block the creation of a group to provide support for Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt. As part of the council's...

Bluff boating tragedy victims named

POLICE have named the two men who died in Friday's boating incident in Bluff Harbour. They were Richard Hiraman Jeet (66) and Claude Norman Mitchell...

Santa Claus is coming to town

SANTA has confirmed it. With a good tail wind, and if the elves keep up the amazing work they are doing in preparation for Christmas,...

Legal aid under pressure

A SOUTHLAND lawyer is worried thousands of vulnerable people are struggling to find a legal aid lawyer to represent them. The Criminal Bar Association president...

Rural Southland nears 90% target

AS of the start of the week, 92% of the Southern District Health Board's (SDHB) eligible population had received their first Covid-19 vaccination dose. While...

Sir Tim a lone voice against ICC proposals

INVERCARGILL Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt says in every situation, he has been a leader primary school milk monitor to mayor all the blame for...

‘It will be wonderful for the kids’

WORK is under way on Otatara's new community pump track which honours the legacy of Otatara man Derek Gostelow and his family. Mr Gostelow left...

Community Christmas lunch back on the menu

INVERCARGILL Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt says his traditional Christmas lunch will be back on the table after a two-year hiatus. Organisers Teressa Laughton and Linda...
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