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Positive response to hospital fundraiser

Organisers have received an enthusiastic response to a fundraising walk to raise money for a new Gore Hospital transport pod to carry babies needing...

Liz gets the chop for cancer charity

From Goldilocks to no locks – Liz Lamb (14) of Blue Mountain College took it upon herself to raise money for Canteen. On Wednesday the...

Measles: am I at risk? Safety advice

If people suspect they or a loved one has measles, it is very important they telephone first before going to their GP or hospital...

Schools give nearly 400 cans to food bank

Schools in Eastern Southland have donated nearly 400 cans to the Wattie's Cans for Good campaign. The campaign took place last month. Pupils from schools from...

Gore option for cruise ship visitors

Gore is poised to become a port of call for high-end cruise ship travellers. A bus tour package to Gore and Mandeville has been added...

Car seat safety encouraged

A Gore police and Plunket operation has shown 78% of parents and caregivers do not know how to properly install and restrain children in...

Long-serving firefighting pair to receive gold stars

It will be a golden weekend for two of Gore's most dedicated firefighters. Station officer Darren Hewlett and firefighter Lindsay Young will be presented with...

Pupils digging in to gain practical experience

Four Gore High School pupils know a little more about mulching, weeding and sowing seeds after a stint with the district council's gardeners. Karlee Morton,17,...

Ute part of the family for almost half a century

For nearly 50 years, a 1970 Holden HT Ute 161 has been in the Tremaine family. John Tremaine said it was bought brand new by...

Time limits for CBD parking coming

New time-limits for how long drivers can stay in some central business area parks are about to be introduced. The proposed changes were approved at...

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