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Umbrella’s future written in the stars

DEBATE is unfolding on the fate of the Don St umbrella sculpture, but the giant brolly looks set to stay put. The debate follows the...

Museum visitor numbers decline

THE number of people visiting the Southland Museum & Art Gallery has declined, while the number of visitors to the Southland region continues to...

Positive prison project

Breathing Space Southland Trust chairwoman Lesley Soper, Salvation Army court and prison officer Bruce Heather (centre) and Invercargill Prison residential and operational support manager...

2018 Oyster Festival tickets selling fast

IT has been less than a week since the Bluff Oyster & Food Festival wound up for this year, and already tickets to next...

Methane put to good use

A NEW innovation on a Southland dairy farm is saving money and keeping harmful methane gas out of the atmosphere. Glenarlea Farm, at Isla Bank,...

Sister Cities New Zealand conference

South impresses visiting delegates. About 100 delegates from throughout New Zealand and overseas were in Invercargill last week for the annual Sister Cities New Zealand...

Council prepares to move on

INVERCARGILL'S Deputy Mayor Darren Ludlow has informed the council he will consider taking legal action if the reasons why he stood down from the...

Proposed changes to reinvigorate inner city

REINSTATING the right-hand turn from Dee St into Esk St and returning Don St to a two-way system are among a series of actions...

Sahara marathon runner back in Southland

COMPETING in the Marathon des Sables, a gruelling ultra-marathon through the Sahara Desert, has ended in a stint in hospital for Southland marathon runner...

The reality of a rampant fire

LEARNING why it is so important to establish an escape plan for your family in the event of a fire is now clearer than...
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