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Steel fans set for showdown

ASCOT Park Hotel Southern Steel coach Reinga Bloxham has asked supporters to be loud, be proud and to get behind the team from the...

Crew members seen at hospital then released

Fourteen months after the South’s last case of Covid-19 recovered, local doctors yesterday again donned protective equipment to treat patients with the pandemic disease. Two...

Scholar wants to effect change

A FORMER Invercargill woman hopes her studies can make a difference for Pacific Island people as well as help the Government create better policies. Last...

Anchoring past and present

IT has an award-winning design, but for long-time volunteer Margaret Hopkins, the focus of the Stewart Island museum is community. Rakiura Museum, Te Puka O...

Virtual reality alive in south

CHEESE-ROLLS and oysters may be some of the things the south is well-known for, but an Invercargill man believes the region could become a...

Talent and tenacity pay off

ETHAN de Groot hopes his selection for the All Blacks will show others in Southland they do not have to leave the province to...

ICC tenants take united stand

A GROUP of Invercargill City Council (ICC) flat tenants want to have a stronger, united and more effective voice. More than 20 tenants gathered on...

‘Hopefully we can save someone else’

WHEN Trinette and Crystal Wilton lost their daughter and sister, they felt anger and loss - that part of their lives had been taken...

SIT chief keen to bridge gap

THE new chief executive of The Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) wants to make a difference at the polytech and for the Southland community. Onno...

Crowds welcome return of oyster festival

PEOPLE from throughout New Zealand descended on Bluff at the weekend for a "seafood extravaganza". After a hiatus of a year due to the Covid-19...
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