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‘Toy car’ back on a charge

An electric "fun toy car" built by Duncan Cairncross is back on the road. The Gore man said the 2013 Low Volume Vehicle Technical Association...

Garden helps grow friendships as well as produce

For eight years, the Mataura Community Garden has been a place of produce and fellowship for volunteers and customers during summer. Mataura Community Garden organiser...

Straight out of Vegas

When Brett Heslip imported a 1969 C10 Chevrolet "pick up" four years ago, one feature he did not change was the left-hand drive. Mr Heslip,...

Suburban started life as hearse

Graham Baird's 1959 Plymouth Suburban started its life in New Zealand working as a hearse in Auckland, and then Wellington. Later, it was bought by...

Celebrating love on the land

For Kylie and Jared Manihera, holding their wedding on the bride's family farm in Heriot was icing on the cake. "We just wanted to have...

Oil offers relief for sore joints, muscles

A specialised product which provides relief from joint aches and pains is available in Gore. Dog Oil was created in the United Kingdom in 1920. Tim...

Store transformed

Five years ago, The Mataura Licensing Trust began a major change at its operations in Main St, heading out of Gore on the way...

Nighttime adds excitement to fair

Classrooms will be transformed for the enjoyment of children and parents at the St Mary’s Springtime Night Fair. 'We have some props in the room...

Maths teacher a welcome addition

Gore High School’s mathematics department is under new leadership as Brad Lamb takes up the role as head of department. Mr Lamb replaces former head...

Riversdale move a great success

Moving a business from Gore to Riversdale may be a daunting prospect, but for Printshop Express owner Viv Caughey, it was a wise move....
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