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Drink-driving nightmare

The impact of one decision has Isaac McCallum and his family rebuilding his shattered life. About five months ago, Mr McCallum, of Wyndham, sat in...

Temporary Jacob St home for library

A new chapter in the ever-evolving saga of the Gore library will start next month in North Gore. Almost two years after it was relocated...

‘Lovely’ to see car restored

  More than 20 years since he last drove his 1928 Model A Ford, Robert Herron is "thrilled" to be taking the car for a...

Pair relishing roles on youth council

The Gore District Youth Council's newly elected chairwoman and deputy chairman hosted their first meeting at the Gore District Council building last week. This year's...

Hemp in old paper mill

Growing therapeutic hemp could be a "home run" for Southland farmers, Southern Medicinal managing director Greg Marshall says. The Dunedin company is in the process...

Skills brought home proving useful

In the 14 years since she left Gore, Petria Falconer has built up a useful skill set working mostly in the hospitality industry in...

Spruce-up co-operation excellent

"Excellent" progress continues to be made in the beautification of the Pukerau Cemetery. Pukerau Cemetery Support Group Trust secretary Margaret Pullar said landscaping and planting...

Another $250,000 for Closing the Gaps

A programme to help people find work is set to receive $250,000 of Government funding next month after earning its keep in the early...

Street trial dangerous, some say

New changes are making streets more dangerous, not less, according to some west Gore residents. The three-month trials are part of the Gore District Council's...

Blood drive pleases

Anyone could benefit from the donation made by Hayley Stevenson in Gore last Wednesday. Like 9% of the population, she has an O- blood type,...
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