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3 Waters review adopted

The Gore District Council's 3 Waters service has notched up a good report card, with only a few changes recommended in a new report. Council...

Sick of ‘dangerous’ roads

For the past seven years, Kym Kerr and her neighbours have been asking the Gore District Council to repair Wicks Rd to a safe,...

Winning Class Act awards a big thrill

Six year 13 pupils from Eastern Southland and West Otago were recognised for their achievements at the Otago Daily Times Class Act 2017 awards...

Market resuming at new venue

A community market started a year ago has had a two month break and is starting again in a new location. This Saturday at 10am...

Windmill restoration true to original

A 10-member committee determined to complete the restoration of the Willowbank railway windmill and water tank. The committee, which has been in existence for a...

Plan for alcohol ban put aside

A bid to extend the coverage of the Gore district's alcohol bylaw to include the Queens Park area of Mataura's Main St will not...

National exposure for Gore designer

Gore fashion designer Luke Dawson will have a selection of his clothing in this year's New Zealand Fashion Week. It is only the second design...

Over $940k in MLT grants last year

The Mataura Licensing Trust poured more than $940,000 into the community through grants in the last financial year, the latest provisional report shows. MLT president...

Gambling Act review amid decline

Creating long-term sustainability and enabling the effective allocation of funds to communities is at the heart of the Gambling Act 2003 class 4 gambling...

Labour meeting fails to attract any voters

The Labour Party's attempt to win over voters in Mataura did not go as planned on Sunday afternoon when nobody attended its meeting despite...
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