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CFO leaves to study theology

Luke Blackbeard has gone from chief financial officer to chief cook and bottle washer. After 13 years being employed in the financial department of the...

Impressed with kindness

The kindness shown towards a Muslim family that started at the time of the Christchurch mosque attacks has continued during the recent flooding in...

Lions give to Deep Cove hub

The Gore Host Lions Club's involvement with the new visitors hub at Deep Cove continues, with the club making a grant of $2589 to...

‘A challenge for a challenge’

When one of their own was faced with a challenge, the netball community decided to respond with a challenge. Netball stalwart Ngami Prattley has been...

Partially built bridge holds strong in flood

Despite last month's floods, the building of the new Pyramid Bridge is going well, Gore District Council roading manager Peter Standring says. Last July, the...

Celebration to mark Manapouri protests

The 50th anniversary of the Manapouri dam protests will be marked with an anniversary celebration this Sunday at the Fiordland Community Centre. Former protesters will...

Triallist makes NZ event

In her second year of competing in sheep dog trials Jade Kelly is on the way to achieving one of her goals. The Gore Sheep...

Appeal response ‘fantastic’

Gore and Clutha Women's Refuge manager Sam Munroe is thrilled with the response of the community to the Love Grace handbag appeal. Love Grace is...

Recovering from burns, tasks a struggle

It is a long road to recovery for a man who suffered serious burns in a Gore house fire in July 2018. Gorton St house...

Ninety-year-old takes prize with vintage cake recipe

A tried and true recipe from more than 40 years ago won first prize in the Gore Garden Club Harvest Show sultana cake competition...
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