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Residents back predator project

AN initiative to get Bluff residents catching predator species in their backyards has had a great response, the co-ordinator behind it says. Run by the...

SMAG ‘stolen from us’

EMOTIONS ran high at a meeting to discuss the future of the Southland Museum & Art Gallery (SMAG), when Invercargill's deputy mayor was told...

Dr leads discussion on LGBTQI+ health

AN Invercargill doctor is worried patients in the LGBTQI+ community are not receiving proper health care because they feel uncomfortable with the process. GP Dr...

Peters’ smelter plan met with mixed response

COMMUNITY leaders are cautiously welcoming a proposal to save the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter — but are stressing any decision about the Southland plant...

Families honour their loved ones

ALMOST four months after her mother died, an Invercargill resident felt she finally had the chance to properly say goodbye last Sunday. Coral Brown and...

Crunch time

Dave Loudon captured these images as The Ceres Environmental crew made short work of part of the old Government Life Building on the corner...

Wheelchair user shares concerns

AN Invercargill resident is asking the Invercargill City Council (ICC) to have a better look at its mobility parking spaces and pathways to make...

Stoush over inner-city development resolved

AN out-of-court settlement has meant an ongoing dispute between a commercial property owner and the firm behind the Invercargill inner-city development has come to...

Oyster farming a risk to wild fishery

ANY future flat oyster farming in Stewart Island's Big Glory Bay will pose an "unacceptable risk" to the wild oyster fishery, a scientific review...

2035 aquaculture target ‘achievable’

A BLUFF paua farm could evolve into an aquaculture facility for education, research and development. A five-year memorandum of understanding has been signed by Bluff...
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