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Trip raises thousands

KEPT going by a packet or two of liquorice allsorts, a group of Southland men have successfully driven a tractor from Invercargill to Christchurch...

‘Honoured’ to play at national service

TWO Southland youngsters described the experience of playing in the Anzac Day national service as a special moment - one to be proud of. Connor...

We will remember them

RED, the colour of blood, the price for peace. Among the poppies of Flanders in Belgium, many soldiers of World War 1 perished and were...

Vaccination clinic opens in the city

A NEW vaccination clinic opened in Invercargill this week will be where many Southland residents will go to get their Covid-19 vaccine. The opening of...

Strong winds fuel the flames

FROM vegetation fires to a gutted house, Southland firefighters have spent the past week under the pump following 14 blaze-related callouts. Fire and Emergency New...

Tickled pink to see rare dolphin

IT was with befuddlement a Lumsden man watched something large - and pink - leaping around Invercargill's New River Estuary yesterday afternoon. To his surprise,...

ICC refurb riles craftsman

AN Invercargill furniture maker cannot understand why the Invercargill City Council (ICC) is getting rid of the council tables he and his late father...

Stink over Winton dump plan

A BID to make a Winton landfill the south's premier dump, with unlimited rubbish potentially trucked in from as far north as Canterbury, is...

Days of the old schoolyard

WHEN Graeme Davis' teacher told him to savour his school years before they flew by, he did not quite believe it. Eighty years on, he...

Volunteers refuse to give up

IT has been two-and-a-half weeks since 68-year-old Raymond Horn disappeared from an Invercargill rest-home. But civilian volunteers are refusing to give up hope. Mr Horn, who...
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