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Wetlands face long recovery

THE 32mm of rain overnight on Tuesday brought a sigh of relief for many around the province as empty water tanks refilled and parched...

Regional clubs in firing line

THE new Arms Act is completely missing the mark and will drown firearms clubs in red tape, Target Shooting Southland past president Quinton Erskine...

Rising costs impact families

THE rising cost of living in New Zealand is affecting Southlanders on many different fronts, pushing families to make budget cuts and consider assistance...

Crs back plan to build bigger

IT is time - again - to talk about the Southland Museum & Art Gallery. Last year, the Invercargill City Council (ICC) committed, in its...

Southerners favour food trucks

IN one of the most challenging times for the hospitality industry due to Covid-19 restrictions, some entrepreneurs are saying no to a traditional restaurant...

New traffic bypass has potential

A BYPASS to get heavy traffic out of the centre city is on the table but any go-ahead appears to be years away. An East...

Moves to make Bluff bilingual

A BLUFF pair want to implement bilingual signage across the town in a bid to normalise te reo Maori and recognise its importance in...

Fresh from patch to plate

AN Invercargill cafe’s owners are expanding their garden in an aim to make their business as self-sustainable as possible. Sylvie Boutelje-Chasteau and Dion Milanesi, from...

Time may be on Tiwai’s side

SOUTHLAND leaders celebrated Rio Tinto's intention to keep the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter open beyond 2024, but the Government remains unsure about the company's...

On board with regional pride

SOUTHLAND'S most iconic places will be soon up for sale - but only as part of the world's most popular board game. The Southland Business...
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