Tuesday, March 5, 2024

Week in the wagon ‘best week of the year’

The 31st annual Otago Goldfields Heritage Trust Cavalcade started this week and participants will start a journey throughout the South on 11 different trails, each...

Finals pull the crowds

Just like the name implies, tractors were indeed pulled. The Southern Field Days Tractor Pull finals were held on Friday. A crowd of about 500 people...

School mural shows area’s whakapapa

A mural which shows the whakapapa of the East Gore area has been painted on a wall at the school by Milton artist Alice...

Jetski enthusiasts race against clock

Jetskiing is a family affair for the Gifkins family of Wyndham.Three members of the family — Chris, Jacqui and Scott, 10 — were part...

Party Poppers jumping for joy

The Edendale Party Poppers are the South Island year 5 to year 6 Jump Jam champions in the ‘‘Strictly’’ category. The Poppers, who attend Edendale...

‘Fantastic riding’ at pony show

The Northern Southland Pony Club Show continues to evolve and cater for grass-root riders, president Liz Greene says. The 55th running of the show...

Getting the ball rolling

Gordon Miller of Gore lines up a shot during the New Zealand Blind and Vision Impaired Indoor Bowls Federation 68th National Championships held in...

‘A day of fun, fitness, friendship’

About 300 women marched to the beat in Gore on Saturday.Twenty-eight teams took part in the 29th South Island Leisure Marching Event at the...
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