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Actors sought for new comedy

Former St Peters College teacher George Arthur-Amohau's new play A Relatively Uneventful Evening will be performed by the West Otago Theatrical Society in June. This...

Interesting 2018 for musician

Conducting six pianists in a concert is one of the interesting projects violinist Laura Barton, formerly of Gore, has been involved in last year. Barton...

Pupils’ chamber ensemble to make its debut

"It's a very high level of music that is being performed by this group. It's wonderful." –Conductor Suzanne Noel-Bentley Classical music from the Renaissance period...

Aviation celebration, book launch

Celebrations for the 75th anniversary of a de Havilland Dominie aircraft housed at the Croydon Heritage Aircraft Museum are being incorporated with the launch...

Students’ artworks to be featured

A cuppa and a browse around some beautiful artworks is on offer at the Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) art exhibition. The exhibition focuses on...

Author brings rural tales to country children

Escaping pigs were just one of the events Tales from the Farm book series author Jennifer Somervell shared with Balfour School pupils during her...

From beekeeping to belting out B flats

A Greenvale beekeeper who has never sung on stage before is performing in Gore Musical Theatre's Take a Walk on the Wild Side Caleb Gilchrist...

Ex-BMC pupil’s web series flies

Former Blue Mountain College pupil Tessa Livingston is living the dream. She has written a television show that has been picked up by TVNZ. Miss...

Author gives Duffy books thumbs up

The author of the popular children's book Doug the Digger visited pupils at Tuturau Primary School on Friday as part of the Duffy Books...

Family of winners at WoolOn event

Gore designer Viv Tamblyn was the first to congratulate daughter Andre Johnston on winning the supreme award at last weekend's WoolOn Creative Fashion Event...

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