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Forging a strong future together

A HEAVILY laden blossom tree branch bobs up and down as it recoils from thick raindrops falling on the corner of Don and Kelvin...

Off the beaten track

Despite being only a couple of hours' drive from Invercargill, The Catlins is often left off the itinerary for southerners in search of a...

Infamy still haunts town’s memory

It's an unfortunate claim to fame. 125 years on, the hanging of murderer Minnie Dean still polarises the southern town of Winton. Daisy Hudson...

Rangatahi reconnect with nature

Growing up in Waikawa, The Catlins, mahinga kai (hunting and gathering) was necessity for now Invercargill-based whaea (term of respect for wahine/women) Steph Blair....

Invasive seaweed could take control

IT has been 10 years since undaria (an invasive foreign seaweed) was found in Sunday Cove in Breaksea Sound; Fiordland Marine Guardians chairwoman Dr...

Book speaks to avid collector

SOME items talk to us. Kevin Francis, of Ohai, an avid collector of old things, bought a small cache of books from a second-hand shop...

People at the heart of Lorneville plant

IT is all about the people. Alliance Lorneville plant manager Shashank Pande said the most important aspect of his job was the people... the workers,...

Family reunited with lost British War Medal

IN the true spirit of Anzac, a West Coast man has been united with his grandfather's World War 1 medal, thanks to the determination...

Te Anau rebuilds with positivity

With a population of about 2500, tourism and visitor spend contributes hugely to the Te Anau economy; the compounded impact of the February flooding...

All-girl crew takes to the mai mai

DUCK-shooting is no longer just a boys' club. Although men still account for the majority of duck-shooters in Southland, the number of women involved has...
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