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Contribution to bowls leads to ‘shock’ honour

Gore RSA Bowling Club member Margaret (Carroll) Elder received a pleasant surprise on Sunday. Mrs Elder said she had not intended to go to the...

Crazy hairstyles support schoolmate

Sporting a colourful mohawk wig and more than 1400 beads of courage, Blue Mountain College pupil Jock Davies was not the only one with...

Programme about safe relationships welcomed

A safe and healthy relationships programme designed to help young people identify a safe relationship has been rolled out in schools. Year 12 and 13...

Hardworking club hits $1m milestone

The Gore Pakeke Lions Club has reached a momentous milestone — it has given away $1 million to groups, organisations and individuals since it...

Artistic inclinations extended

An art extension programme has given pupils the chance to discover new techniques and develop their own skills over a four-day period. Dunedin-based artist Janet...

Theatre restaurant on move; hiring director

The Gore Musical Theatre is moving its theatre restaurant to a new venue, and a professional director will be at the helm of this...

Craft co-operative’s outlet to close early next month

The end of an era is fast approaching as craft outlet Our Patch is scheduled to close early next month. President Lynne Fettes said the...

Broken windows, damage believed to be work of vandals

Two windows were broken and a glass panelled door was damaged on Friday night, affecting three businesses in Gore’s Main St. Newly refurbished cafe The...

James Hargest pupil takes top honours in speech contest

A diverse range of subjects were covered at the Lions 2021 District Young Speechmaker competition final last weekend. Lions 202F area youth activities chairwoman Dot...

Charity dog trials to be held indoors

Indoor dog trials, thought to be the first in the South Island, will be held at the Waimumu Southern Field Days site. The Southern...

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