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Appointment means closure will be limited

There is some good news and not so good news for Gore's Thomas Green Public House and Dining Room patrons. Last month the Mataura Licensing...

Subdivision back in business

The Gore District Council is set to make a significant return on its Matai Ridge subdivision development. The council announced earlier this week it was...

Site secured to give history a new home

The 4000-item collection at Wyndham's museum now has a future after earthquake risks forced it to close four years ago. The Wyndham and Districts Historical...

Thinking on her feet

The postponement of Queenstown half-marathon has not stopped Longford Intermediate School teacher Charlotte Forbes from running her own to fundraise for Gumboot Friday. She had...

Taste of Hollywood for pupils

St Mary's School pupils had a taste of Hollywood stardom at a special premiere screening of their production at Gore's St James Theatre last...

Job of sorting donated food vast

Another year and another fabulous show of generosity from the people of Gore. Toot for Tucker volunteers, the fire brigade, police and ambulances all took...

Grant investment in museum staff

The Tu Tonu Regional Museums Project funded by a $315,000 government grant will invest in Otago-Southland arts and heritage staff and volunteers. The Ministry for...

Still styling after all these years

Hairstylist Sandy Soper is still doing the job she loves after giving her first cut 40 years ago. "My first haircut took me about two...

Businesses adjusting to rules

Despite a loss of customers, Gore businesses are managing to adjust to the new rules brought in by the traffic light system, which took...

Teeth of aged concern

A team of volunteers picked up tools at the weekend to deal with what could grow to be an oral health crisis among Gore's...
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