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Final cry for the town crier

FOR the past five years, Lynley McKerrow has been crying at major events throughout Southland. However, next month will be the last time her voice...

He purakau tenei (This is the legend)

INVERCARGILL carver Greg Houkamau chisels into a carving which represents the Maori legend of Tane seeking Nga Kete o te Wananga three baskets of...

Deadly crossing

DRIVER impatience, arrogance and entitlement - crossing the Mill Rd South intersection along Oteramika Rd is like playing Russian roulette, according to some nearby...

Spring smiles

SIX-year-old Sharlotte Temaro celebrated the first day of spring doing what she loves taking care of animals. The Invercargill girl made the most of the...

Confidence can be restored

INVERCARGILL's mayor believes public confidence can be restored, following a "positive" meeting held on Tuesday to discuss recent governance concerns. In a statement released after...

Focus on reducing family harm

FAMILY harm callouts in Southland increased by at least 50% in the first two weeks of the Covid-19 lockdown. Invercargill Police Senior Sergeant Greg Baird...

Southlanders back on Alert

SOUTHLANDERS jumped into action yesterday, reacting to the news the region would return to Alert Level 2 rules at noon. Supermakets were the first to...

Welcome home, Southern Steel

IT will have been 436 days since Southern Steel last took to the court at ILT Stadium Southland and netball fans and the players...

Mayoral report misses mark?

A MAYORAL report presented by Invercargill Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt includes references to Tasmania's convict history, slavery and Alex Lithgow's statue but made no...

Boating tragedy highlights flaws

It has been a lonely 16 months since Bridget Speight's partner was killed in a jet boating crash on the Hollyford River. The Te...
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