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Exploring with healthy choices

Longford Intermediate School pupils are leading active, healthier lives as they explore new countries. Pupils in six classes at the school are some of the...

Pupils help plan park development

A safe way to cross Railway Esplanade to Hamilton Park is one of the suggestions made in an East Gore residents' survey. The survey is...

Wananga working on wellbeing

The first community Te Hurihanganui wananga (learning opportunity) was held at Menzies College last week. Te Hurihanganui is a programme designed to tackle racism and...

Traffic light anxiety

Some Gore business leaders fear they will lose customers when the country enters the traffic light system on Friday. The South Island will be in...

Feedback sought on welcome plan

The people of Gore can have their say on how newcomers are welcomed to the town. Gore District councillors agreed to release the council's welcome...

Groundswell comes to Gore

Hundreds of vehicles driving through Gore could have been mistaken for a traffic jam during Groundswell's "Mother of all Protests" on Sunday. The nationwide protest...

Lack of staff forces tavern closure

Closing the door of one of its premises and limiting the opening hours of another is "a bleak day for Gore," Mataura Licensing Trust...

We all need good ones

Neighbours looking out for neighbours is the aim of a new programme being launched in Gore next month. The Neighbourhood Support programme is a joint...

Triumphant in red

Des Brewster, of Gore, likes his old Triumph cars. He has owned the 1977 Triumph 2500 TC for about five years and loves to drive...

Gift of garden will keep on giving

Lumsden will continue to benefit from the generosity of one of its residents. In 2006, when the Northern Southland Community Resource Centre Charitable Trust started...
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