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Mobile surgery scholarship success

A Gore High School pupil will witness surgery first hand when she travels through the South Island with the Mobile Surgical Unit. Sam Keighley received...

Shops to open in Bridge St, Mataura

BY MARGARET PHILLIPS New life is being breathed into Mataura's Bridge St with the opening of three businesses. The Pinevale Trust has bought the buildings on...

Driving forces behind hub honoured

BY MARGARET PHILLIPS Two women who played a big part in establishing the Gore Kids Hub have been honoured with life memberships of the Gore...

Pupils create a product, video to enter awards

Twenty-four pupils at Gore Main School have created a multi-purpose unit out of plastic milk bottles in the Fair Go Kids Ad Awards. The awards...

Milling first step in gallery oak’s new life

BY MARGARET PHILLIPS A large oak that crashed to the ground, bringing power lines down and crushing two blossom-laden cherry trees during its descent amid...

Keeping Gore green

BY MARGARET PHILLIPS Environmentally friendly principles have been incorporated into the Gore District Council's parks and reserves practices, parks and reserves manager Ian Soper says. Council...

Cutting hair for grandson

BY MARGARET PHILLIPS Repco Gore manager Craig Withers is shaving off his curly locks to raise money to help his grandson's family pay expenses associated...

‘Extreme knitters’ gather

BY MARGARET PHILLIPS The clack of huge wooden needles was a dominating sound at two extreme knitting workshops in Gore. Extreme knitter Michelle Stewart, of Wanaka,...

Chance to view tulips

BY MARGARET PHILLIPS It has been a perfect growing season for tulips and it is shaping up to be perfect viewing at the annual Triflor...

New vicar hails from South Africa

BY MARGARET PHILLIPS The new vicar of the Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Gore is moving from South Africa to take up the position. However, the...

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