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Generosity recognised

Paul Duffy's children joked he could never say no but in a way Mr Duffy has had the last laugh. The Edendale man received a...

College pupils help community

Making truffles for businesses, washing cars and painting boxes for Santa floats were just some of the ways St Peter's College pupils have given...

Fighting spirit remembered

A life lived serving others in the hallmark of Florence Brown, stepson Malcolm Brown says. The Calvin Community Church member died last week, at age...

Centenarian says longevity a family trait

She does not smoke or drink much but credits her long life to her mother. Ribbonwood Country Home resident Aldyth Kerr celebrated her 100th birthday...

Church yields secrets

Did you hear the one about the minister who walked into a billiard room? Until a 111-year-old time capsule was found in the Gore Methodist...

Retail sales steady

The wheels continue to spin in Gore stores as Christmas approaches. Despite shipping delays caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, retail sales appear similar to last...

Meal on Wheels appeals for holiday volunteers

It is that time of year when Greta Miller puts out the call. The Gore Meals on Wheels co-ordinator is seeking volunteers who can help...

Warm reception for renovation plans

Reaction is mostly positive to the Gore District Council's $6.82 million concept plan for developing the town's James Cumming Wing and new library. About 80...

Pupils relish science field trip

A hair-raising experience was had by St Mary's School pupils on a field trip last Monday. They got hands-on with a Van de Graaff electrostatic...

200 take part in kids hub colour run

Dozens of families were splashed with colour as part of a community trust initiative in Gore last weekend. Gore Kids Hub trustee Bronnie Grant said...
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