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Tanker visit helps fill up knowledge

St Mary’s School pupils had the chance to get up close to a Fonterra milk tanker during a visit to the school last week. Fonterra...

Pupils shine at social science fair

Pupils at Menzies College and Northern Southland College showed their knack for social science after doing well at a national fair last month. Nine pupils...

Activating skills in schools

A sports activator for Eastern Southland schools has been appointed. Stu Kent has been appointed to the role, which is backed up by a committee...

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The Gore Distict Council panel hearing a resource consent application that was seeking approval to demolish the former Gore Methodist Church requested further information...

Windmill meeting called

The restoration of the Willowbank railway windmill and water tank, which is one of only two windmills still on its original site in New...

Lion surprised by award

David Connor counted himself among the happy and willing volunteers involved in the Gore Pakeke Lions Club and never expected any reward for his...

Meth residue in homes focus

A seminar that discussed the presence of methamphetamine residue in Gore properties was held for landlords and property investors last week. The seminar featured a...

Supporters march

One hundred and forty people turned up for Gore’s March for Moko on Monday morning. The main reason for the march was to help save...

Projector lens on past for manager

A 1950s Kalee film projector displayed in the St James Theatre foyer ahead of the grand old dame’s 80th birthday triggered memories of its...

ATC has been ‘a good adventure’

After 12 years of dedicated work, Air Training Corps (ATC) Flight Lieutenant Jordan Culliford was awarded the Cadet Forces Medal on Wednesday night at...

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