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Manager thrilled St James theatre operating again

The St James Theatre is raising the curtain again after the Covid-19-induced intermission. Theatre manager Paul McPhail said the seven-week shutdown was unprecedented in the...

Gore teen band excited to release first single online

Something sweet and a little sour will be released on to the airwaves on Friday at 6pm Lemon Honey, the band 46South's first single. Gore...

Artist fully immersed in work

For years, Gore artist Joanne Borgman had to wait to come home from work before picking up a paintbrush. Now the wait is over. The long-time...

Tale of of pandemic published 1826

THE LAST MAN by Mary Shelley In the 21st century a pandemic breaks out in the east. As it spreads, illness and disorder quickly infect the...

Tenor Simon O’Neill to join NZSO tonight

Internationally renowned Kiwi tenor Simon O’Neill will perform with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra for its next at-home livestream performance at 7.30pm tonight —...

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...
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