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Guild share their creations with the community

ROCKING horses, bowls, sculptures and clocks are some of the items crafted by members of the Southland Woodworkers Guild. These were on display to a...

Residents able to stay in care home

WINTON building owner has failed to comply with all the requirements of a notice to fix, despite being given a month to do so. However,...

Town hosts waka challenge

PADDLERS from throughout the South Island will be in Te Anau this weekend to take part in the Ki Uta Ki Tai Waka Challenge. The...

Te Anau Library marks 30 years

TE ANAU residents will be able to join in the celebrations as one of its most treasured community assets, Te Anau Library, turns 30. The...

Rakiura a step closer to being predator-free

MILLIONS of dollars have been earmarked for a project to make Stewart Island predator free. The funding was announced to Stewart Island residents recently that...

Calls for road sealing

AN unsealed road in a town near Invercargill has residents concerned, but council says sealing it is less cost-effective than repair work. Omaui resident John...

Survey suggests the tide is turning

QUESTIONS about Invercargill Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt's performance appear to have dented his once-commanding popularity among the people. The Southland Express took to Invercargill's streets...

Infection control team leads the way

IT'S Infection Prevention Week (October 18-24) and the Southern District Health Board (SDHB) is celebrating the crucial role its Infection Prevention and Control (IPC)...

Community housing cull proposed

THE Southland District Council (SDC) will have a closer look at its community housing activities after a report said its best option was for...

Ranger hopeful of kiwi survival

A DEPARTMENT of Conservation (Doc) ranger who has monitored the survival of kiwi chicks in Fiordland for three years is hoping more birds will...
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