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New appointee happy to return

Gore District Council's new chief financial officer is a true, blue Southlander come home. Twenty-five years or more after she left Southland, Lornae Straith is...

Buskers shine under the stars

Several budding stars were among the performers who took to Gore streets on Thursday evening for the Busking Under the Stars competition. It was the...

Brainstorming for streets makeover

The possibility to dream big for the future of Gore streetscapes was alive during community workshops last week. Three workshops were held to hear ideas...

Celebrating 100 years

There is a good chance if Eileen Windle's father had not swallowed a cup of strong drink she would not be here today. The Gore...

War-issue Chevrolet has never failed its restorer

Bryan Neilson's car may have been in the wars but these days it looks better than ever. The Gore man has owned the 1942 Chevrolet...

Shopper generosity to food bank ‘mind-blowing’

The generosity of shoppers has restocked one of the biggest pantries in town. New World Gore shoppers filled 210 shopping bags with groceries as part...

Room to do better with yellow bins

There is "room for improvement" in how Gore residents are using the yellow bins under the new rubbish collection rules, Peter Standring says. The Gore...

Family violence champions ready

Posters with Gore's family violence champions on them are appearing on walls and windows around the district and beyond. At a launch of the project...

Popup Job, Training Hub sparked by Covid situation

A new hub to help people find work has opened in Gore's Brennan Lane. The Popup Job and Training Hub is a joint venture between...

Mind Matters aims to support wellbeing

Mind Matters is a group that meets weekly in Mataura to support people with their mental wellbeing. The meeting is facilitated by Eleanor and John...
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