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Prize shock for Kieralee

Gore High School pupil Kieralee Gilson has won an experience of a lifetime. The 17-year-old participated in a national tourism competition hosted by Go with...

All dressed up and nowhere to go

After 16 years without having traditional attire, the members of Gore High School's kapa haka group are uncertain when they will be able to...

New library step closer, cost rises

Construction is expected to start next month on the new Gore library and community centre after the Gore District Council confirmed the contractors for...

Uplifting

Soroptimist International of Gore president Maree Gentle and secretary Deborah Wood unload some of the bunches of flowers group members prepared last week. More than...

Relief at ease of movement

Making the decision to amputate part of her right leg is opening up new possibilities for Aleina Beer. In October 2019, the Northern Southland Pony...

Gore feels like home

Even with a travel agent mother working on his behalf, Jack Hilton is here until travel restrictions ease. The Southland Cricket Development officer who grew...

Dish brings back memories of Tonga

PINEAPPLE pie brings back memories of home for International Connect Group member Amelia Shand, she says. She grew up in Pelehake in Tonga and shifted...

Educating people on child restraints

Operation Star (Safer Tamariki Around Roads) continues to foster knowledge on child restraints within the Eastern Southland region. Senior Sergeant Cynthia Fairley, of Gore, said...

Agonising choice of codes for Hurley

Finn Hurley now has an agonising choice to make between his two favourite codes. But it is a choice faced by his family before. The former...

Society to continue fight against bridge

Despite a request for legal aid being turned down, the society appealing the granting of a resource consent to the Gore District Council will...
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