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Bristow opening for her idol Olivia Newton-John

Former Gore singer/songwriter Jackie Bristow is to open for a concert by her childhood idol Olivia Newton-John in the United States in May. Bristow is...

Shaft re-forming for fundraiser

A blast from the past is about to sweep into Gore – the 1970s' band Shaft is re-forming for a fundraising concert in the...

Children engage with Te Reo Sing Along

Award-winning author and publisher of the children's Te Reo Sing Along series Sharon Holt had Gore youngsters up and dancing at her show last...

Chance to learn fascinating game

The Gore woman is among about 80 members of the Gore Contract Bridge Club who are enthralled by the game. The club, which meets at...

Auditions being held for ‘Vicar of Dibley

LAURA.SHIPLEY @theensign.co.nz Theatrical Society's production of The Vicar of Dibley will be held tomorrow. Director George Arthur-Amohau from Tapanui and beyond to audition. "I want to cast...

Maori singalong puppet shows for children

Sharon Holt, author and publisher of the award-winning Te Reo Singalong series of children's picture books, is coming to the Gore district. She will present...

Art and craft show entries flooding in

Entries for the West Otago Art and Craft Exhibition are coming in thick and fast. President Jann Robertson said organisers were expecting about the same...

Donor thrilled to see collection installed

Auckland private art collector Enyth Good spent time at the Eastern Southland Gallery last week viewing the Trevor Moffitt paintings she donated to the...

`Nee Naw’ author proves to be hot act

    A little fire engine drew a big crowd at Gore District Library on Thursday. Best-selling children's author and performer Dean O'Brien, of Mosgiel, otherwise known...

Library hosting show for children

Author and children's performer Dean O'Brien, aka Mr Yipadee, will be at the Gore District Library tomorrow promoting his new book, Nee Naw The...
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