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‘A little pat on the back makes it all worthwhile’

The "little pat on the back" Edendale's John Ranstead received on Saturday might well motivate him to take care of the community pool for...

Flu vaccinations available now

With the H3N2 virus already in the South, health professionals are saying now is a great time for people to book in for their...

Gore voices in fundraiser

The sweet sound of St Mary's School pupils past and present will be heard singing in Los Angles at a fundraising concert for the...

Run-down church closes for good

Practical reasons have led to the closure of the 135-year-old Knapdale Presbyterian Church. The church is one of three buildings that service the Waikaka Knapdale...

Gore district plan under review in wake of RMA changes

The review of the Gore district plan is under way. The current district plan had been due for review in 2016 but this was put...

New citizens welcomed

Seven new citizens were welcomed into the New Zealand fold in a ceremony at the Gore District Council chambers on Wednesday. District mayor Tracy Hicks...

Small school, huge impact

Little Tuturau School is a big charity contributor To date, the team of six teachers and support staff from Tuturau School is running third in...

Mataura woman this year’s Tuia programme mentee

Mataura's Wyntre Coleman-Clarke is this year's Gore District Council Tuia programme mentee. Last year her brother, Matutaera Coleman-Clarke, also of Mataura, and Carrie Clifford, of...

Specialist to address teaching staff

Unicef senior education specialist Dr Dominic Richardson will be the keynote speaker at the Eastern Southland Community of Learning (COL) day for school staff...

NZTA to review region’s speed limits in 2021-22

The NZ Transport Agency will be reviewing speeds limits throughout Southland in 2021-22, agency senior network manager Peter Robinson says. In Friday's The Ensign, Mataura...

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