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Fire restrictions continue

Rain not enough to lessen risks, authority says Despite the recent rain, fire restrictions implemented by the Southern Rural Fire Authority on Saturday are still...

Charity golf to help museum

Following the success of 2015's tournament, the Wyndham Young Farmers Charity Golf Tournament returns this Sunday. The Ambrose tournament is to be held at noon...

Drone operators reminded to heed council, CAA rules

People flying readily available drones are being reminded they need to follow Gore District Council guidelines. Council parks and recreation manager Ian Soper said even...

Doco up for Oscar nomination

The animated documentary 25 April is making New Zealand film history - it is the first time a New Zealand film has made the animated...

Gore shearer part of record-setting tea

Ryan Miller, of Gore, joined two Welshmen to break a world shearing record at Moketenui Station on Wednesday. Miller was a late call-up for the...

Hike has a Highland flavour

The Balfour Home and School Committee is organising a hike on Glenure Hill. The event will be run next month as a fundraiser for Balfour...

Scouts relish jamboree

Scouts from Eastern Southland have been enjoying the adventure and challenge of the national jamboree in Marlborough over the holidays. The scouts experienced abseiling, paddle...

QSM recognises long involvement

A comment made during a golf game started an involvement with the West Otago St John for Janet Affleck that recently led her to...

Police offer keep safe advice for holidays

With Christmas looming and the holiday season upon us, police are urging people to stay safe. Senior Constable Pete Gear and police youth aid officer...

Spare a thought for pets at Christmas

It is the season for goodwill to all and the Gore District SPCA is urging people to make sure pets are well looked after...

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