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McKay makes MLT competition final cut

Listening to the New Zealand Gold Guitar Awards on the radio as a child had inspired him. Russell McKay has made it into the finals...

Maori speech contest 2nd place

Oliver Gordon-Glassford St Peter's pupil Oliver Gordon-Glassford (17) knew what to expect when he returned to the Otago-Southland Maori speaking competition (Nga Manu Korero),...

Gold Guitar entries soar

The New Zealand Gold Guitar Awards have drawn a bumper 693 entries this year. Awards publicity officer Shona Hewlett said this year's number was well...

Dance hailed success

The first YouMove festival held in the Gore Trout reserve to celebrate International Dance Day was a huge success, the organiser says. "It went really...

Destiny to live around the stage

Becoming involved in theatre was not so much a choice for Victoria Mills as a destiny. The Gore woman is directing Repertory Invercargill's production of...

Colourful dance venue to get people moving

A brightly lit inflatable dance room going up at the Gore Trout reserve is sure to create interest in the Youmove Festival to be...

Artist likes to think big

Motoko Watanabe with the inspiration to craft large artworks. Watanabe came to New Zealand from her native Japan in 1998 and now lives in Dunedin....

Audience of seniors entertained at show

The St Andrew's Presbyterian Church Autumn Seniors Concert proved once again to be a popular event on the calendar of rest-home residents from far...

Gold Guitar prize pot boosted

The overall winner's prize for the New Zealand Gold Guitar Awards has just become a whole lot sweeter in the hope of attracting more...

Bristow opening for her idol Olivia Newton-John

Former Gore singer/songwriter Jackie Bristow is to open for a concert by her childhood idol Olivia Newton-John in the United States in May. Bristow is...
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