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New doctor fulfilling NZ dream

Practising medicine in New Zealand has been a dream of Zac Kaufman's since early in his medical career. Dr Kaufman has recently joined the Gore...

Initiative supports diabetic children

Hair today and gone tomorrow — Julie King will be shaving her locks on Saturday as a way of supporting children with diabetes. The hair...

Fly-In hospital fundraiser

An event this weekend is aiming to help the Southland Charity Hospital gain some air. The Gore Aero Club will hold a fundraising Fly-In on...

Lions left ‘speechless’ as project earns award

Gore Hokonui Lions club members were "speechless" when they found out they had won the district's project of the year award. Joint presidents Linda Best...

Something special for Parks Week

Fairies and goblins living in Gore's gardens and green spaces can expect plenty of visitors this week. Children are knocking at their doors for the...

Upgrade under way

A $1.2million upgrade of facilities in the Gore Multisports Complex is under way courtesy of the Government's "Shovel Ready" fund. When the Government announced the...

Soap business grows from lockdown project

Brya Norman is turning a lockdown project into a small business. The 8-year-old from Heriot is making soap and selling it. Brya said her mother gave...

E-sports comes to Stadium Southland

It was an action-packed day for Gore girl Lindsay Tuffley (10) and other gamers who competed in the first Southland e-sports tournament over the...

Kahui Ako hui has strings attached

A gathering ended on a musical note as principals and teachers were plucked from their comfort zones on Friday. The 36 attendees from throughout Otago...

Celebrating Southland Heritage Month

Gore's Arts and Heritage team will host Mondays at Maruawai during Southland Heritage Month. Convener Stephanie Herring said the events would provide a variety of...
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