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Lilliput Library spreads its magic

Amelia and Olivia Brotherston are spreading the magic of reading through their Lilliput library. The small cabinet library is stationed at St Mary's School in...

Hokonui marchers up with the best

At the start of the season the Hokonui under-12s were struggling for numbers, but at the end the team finished third in the national...

Disruptions expected with changes

Disruptions to traffic flow are expected as changes to West Gore's road layout are made this week. The changes are part of the Gore District...

District council accused of ‘vandalism’

A Gore resident is accusing the district council of vandalism. In the past week the planter pots placed in Gore streets as part of the...

Slight flu jab delay

Flu vaccinations will be available a month later than usual but that is no cause for alarm, Gore Medical Centre registered nurse Keri McClelland...

Big love for miniature trees

A longstanding friend of the Gore Bonsai Club returned to give members some tips at an open day last Saturday. Former Gore woman Joy Morton,...

Refurbishment complete

Gore Mayor Tracy Hicks said he was delighted to officially open the refurbished council building last Friday. "Welcome, take the opportunity to have a look,"...

Compactor reducing waste costs

A new waste compactor is saving the Gore District Council money. The compactor, which cost about $307,000, has been operating at the Gore Transfer Station...

Roofing iron theft disappointing

It has only happened once in 20 years and now it has happened again on the same site-building materials have been taken from a...

Water main in perilous state

Unexpected costs continue to surface in the wake of last February's flooding. Emergency work was carried out by the Gore District Council on the Wigan...
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