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Environmental day at Knapdale

Knapdale School pupils put down new roots last Wednesday. Tree planting was one of the activities they took part in for the school's enviroday, along...

Hot-footed into brigade as ‘not fast enough for rugby’

He jokes he was too slow to play rugby, but whatever the reason he joined the fire brigade, Waikaka's deputy fire chief Nicholas Vanderley...

Festive break for parents to shop

Father Christmas will have the chance to complete some child-free shopping next Thursday. While their parents are shopping, children will be able to have dinner,...

Gore shop excels in national awards

Gore's Night 'n Day shop is the best of its kind in the country. The Night 'n Day is part of a 52-store group which...

Open day ‘ to promote harmony’

Mataura's Muslim congregation is opening its doors to the community. An open day will be held on Saturday at the mosque in Mataura from 10.30am...

Event to raise awareness of family harm

With instances of family harm expected to rise, efforts are being made the prevent the problem of family violence before it escalates. The White Ribbon...

Event organiser hands over helm

After a decade as the driving force behind Motoring Mad, Mataura's Tony Richardson is passing the steering wheel to someone else. His idea of a...

Graffiti in walls a reminder of past skylarking

The Gore District Council has decided to demolish two former Gore High School buildings at the school's old site in Richmond St. The Ensign...

Banners ‘let us down’

Gore resident Kay Howden is embarrassed by the state of the banners in Gore's main streets. The banners promote the Gore district, but Mrs Howden...

Covid credited for record food drive

Gore High School's student council had its most successful year yet at its annual food drive for the Salvation Army on Friday. Council member Tarryn...
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