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First whitebaiting of season

John and Pam King have had their first taste of whitebaiting for the season. The Gore couple were down at the Mataura River, near Gorge...

Mental health reset is striking a chord

Victoria Clark is using her personal struggle with anxiety to inspire others. The Edendale woman has set up social media videos to share her 65...

Long life credited to parents

Many New Zealanders will have spent their birthday in lockdown but most will not have achieved the milestone Annie Ross of Gore has. The Parata...

Trust weathers storm

The Mataura Licensing Trust has ridden the high seas of 2020's Covid-19 storm and emerged ship-shape. The trust's annual report released last week shows total...

Wanderers tip up rivals to win cup.

A win over a team that had been unbeaten has helped the Gore Wanderers Black division two team add a piece of silverware to...

Meal service ramps up.

Parata rest-home has been preparing more meals for Meals on Wheels delivery during lockdown. Village manager Mary Pullar said some clients had increased the number...

Cause boosted by shop’s success

The success of her snappy idea to reduce the number of abandoned animals has Pauline Tinker wishing she had started earlier, she says. The Edendale...

Pupils prepare for ukulele showcase

Glenham School pupils are fine-tuning their ukulele skills. Principal Cheryl White said the school hoped to perform with other Southland schools in the Invercargill Big...

Sports centre turns vaccination hub

Gore Medical Centre staff have found a new use for Gore's Multisport Complex - the stadium has been transformed into a Covid-19 vaccination clinic. The...

Level 4 extends visit

Ian and Jennie Rennie have travelled around New Zealand by sea and land and now they are marooned in Gore. The couple, who have spent...
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