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‘Birthday’ gifts given to others

SEVEN-YEAR-OLD Alexandra Henry sacrificed birthday presents in order to make a donation to the Southland Foodbank. "It's nice to think of others instead of yourself,"...

Dig This founder visits south

Dig This concept has been tried and tested in the United States and is sure to increase visitor numbers to Invercargill and Southland, concept...

New hope for Number 10 Youth One Stop Shop

MEMBERS of the Invercargill Citizens Bowling Club and staff from the Number 10 Youth One Stop Shop have new hope in the form of...

Open day marks 40 years

DISPELLING urban myths and providing correct information are some of the reasons the Invercargill City Council is hosting an open day at Southland Crematorium...

Survey to be undertaken from the air

AN aeromagnetic survey to map Southland's buried geological features is scheduled to be completed this summer. Aeromagnetic surveying is a common type of geophysical survey...

Sign of support

Number 10 Youth One Stop Shop director Candace Bangura said youths who used the service at Number 10 would also be collecting signatures in...

Branxholme $12 million upgrade

The official opening of the Branxholme Water Treatment Plant was held on Monday following the completion of a $12 million upgrade of the facility. It...

America’s Cup ventures south

IT'S confirmed – the America's Cup is coming south. The cup, along with Emirates Team New Zealand members and representatives from the Royal New Zealand...

User groups protest against decision

THE Invercargill City Council (ICC) has a fight on its hands from two community groups, which may be forced to find another home after...

Public input sought on SoRDS plan

THE public can now have its say on a proposal to establish a new agency to oversee, drive and implement the Southland Regional Development...
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