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Safety policy requires wristbands

Caregivers of swimmers under the age of 5 at the Gore Aquatic Centre will have to wear a wristband from May 29. Swimmers from 5...

Celebrations as Gore’s oldest preschool turns 70

Gore's oldest preschool, Elsie St Kindergarten, celebrated its 70th jubilee on Friday last week. Former and current pupils, families and the wider community gathered to...

Walk in honour of drowned boy’s memory

People gathered at Salford St for a walk on Sunday to keep the memory of Lachlan Jones alive as what would have been his...

Real gem of a career

Is it surprising that as well as diamonds being a girl's best friend, the gems are also Ivan van de Water's favourite? However, after 38...

Emerging technologies subject of talk

Agricultural robotics, artificial intelligence and so-called "smart" money are just some of the topics to be touched on in a public talk next week. Emerging...

Meeting gets first glimpse of proposed trails

About 50 Waikaia residents attended a recent meeting to hear an update on the proposed mountain bike trail network being suggested for the Waikaia...

‘Still floating’ after ride in hot-air balloon

Some Mataura School pupils got a bird's eye view of their school last week. As a part of the Flying High project launched by Hamilton...

Gore practices give jab

Gore GP practices are some of the first in New Zealand to trial rolling out the Covid-19 vaccine as well as seeing patients as...

Milestone for a match made in heaven

When June Chamberlain first saw her future husband she did not like the idea of being a minister's wife. However, that's exactly what happened when...

Brothers winding down business

Gravedigging is one of the many talents of the Geary brothers, who carried on the Wyndham building business bought by their father, the late...
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