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Farmer sculpts using old machinery parts

Waikaka farmer Jono Gardyne has taken the message to recycle seriously and is making art out of scrap steel. Gardyne entered six items at the...

Waimumu couture wins at art awards

Creating garments with a deeper meaning helps drive Waimumu's Debbie Smith. Smith won the Rainbow of Colour section of the Art Couture NZ awards with...

Woolly thinking greatly encouraged

Thinking outside of the square is what members of the Waikaka Arts and Crafts committee are encouraging people to do. This year at the annual...

Chamber ensemble performing Sunday

The fourth public appearance by the Gore Chamber Ensemble will be made this Sunday at St Andrew's Church, Devon St, Gore at 3.30pm. The group...

Winning entry inspired by tragedy

Viv Tamblyn's winning entry in the open streetwear section of the MLT Hokonui Fashion Design Awards was influenced by the Christchurch shootings. Mrs Tamblyn said...

Mitchell wins country music Tui

A Gore country music songbird is the first from the area to win a Tui music award. Jenny Mitchell was named Recorded Music New Zealand...

Gore photographer has knack

Gore's Glenda Rees has come a long way since buying her first camera nine years ago. "I knew the bird life in Africa was stunning,...

Mataura School Cultural Festival

Pupils, teachers, parents, relatives and people from the community enjoyed listening to the voices of children from all over the region at the Mataura...

Festival to celebrate fly fishing

Images projected on to the brown trout will begin the On the Fly Mataura River Day festival this weekend. The images, on show tonight and...

Landscape painter in his element

A 3m by 1.9m oil painting of Milford Sound is part of the "Southern Scenes" exhibition being held at the Croydon Aviation Heritage Centre. Nine...
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