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Business owners ‘on edge’

SOME Invercargill Dee St business owners are living in fear of their safety following persistent "anti-social behaviour" in the area. Some retailers on the CBD...

Meth in the city

In Detective Senior Sergeant Stu Harvey's 27 years' experience with New Zealand Police, he has seen the harm methamphetamine has caused and it does...

Community shows support

WHEN Auckland-based Police Constable Matthew Hunt was slain on duty last week, the loss was felt as far as the deep south. Slowly but surely,...

Golfer stays on course of success

MORE than half a century since she first picked up the irons, Southlander Robyn Boniface has been acknowledged at a national level for her...

One for the history books

FOR the first time in more than 30 years, the Rotary Club of Invercargill Book Sale has been cancelled. The 100-plus line of people waiting...

Governance changes cause ructions at ICC

SOME Invercargill city councillors are questioning the ability of Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt, while he is saying he is being ambushed and undermined. The council...

Triple treat for centenarians

CELEBRATIONS are in full swing at Invercargill's Enliven Peacehaven Village as three residents celebrate a "major milestone". Colin McMillan celebrated his 100th birthday a few...

Borland Lodge gets $6K boost

LAST week, Borland Lodge felt like "a sinking ship" but the generosity of one community group has provided a much-needed boost, a trust chairman...

Welcome Back

SOUTHLAND business owners will be opening their doors and welcoming customers in today as Covid-19 restrictions ease. The Government announced on Monday businesses would be...

Lack of consistency frustrates

SOME Southland hospitality businesses have raised concerns over the lack of consistency across the industry when it comes to Covid-19 Alert Level 3 guidelines. The...
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