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On the road again – avid biker not to be denied

Whenever Raewyn Moore has the opportunity, she quickly dons her leathers and heads off on her motorbike. For years the Edendale woman rode pillion on...

US trip bid to sort epilepsy, tumour

"Life is like a box of chocolates," they may say, but 20-year-old Larissa McDonald, of Gore, would tell you that her life has not...

Event Centre to be closed in high wind after report

High winds have the potential to close the MLT Event Centre after an engineer's report found the roof needs strengthening. The report was completed by...

Debut party ‘massively successful’ part of event

The MLT Back of the Ute party was a hit with families at its first appearance at the Gore Children's Day on Sunday, organisers...

Cultural Festival to take over field

The Mataura School playing field will be alive with music and colour tomorrow as more than 850 pupils take part in the 2019 Cultural...

Wanted: return of missing lawnmower

A lawnmower owned by Stuart and Joan Hodge, of Gore, has gone missing recently, inspiring Mr Hodge to pen a letter to The Ensign....

Flying high with scholarship

This year's recipient of the Gore Returned and Services Association (RSA) Flying Scholarship is John Sutton, of Gore. The Air Training Corps (ATC) 28 Squadron...

Liaison teachers appointed

The next step to improve outcomes for young people in Eastern Southland has been taken with the appointment of two Kahui Ako (Community of...

New visitor centre being built

A $170,000 Tourism Infrastructure Fund grant and volunteer labour is being used to build a new visitor centre for Deep Cove. The 12m by 7m...

St John shop move means more space

Northern Southland St John's community shop in Lumsden will have double the space to display and store items when it shifts 50m down the...

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