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Ready to look after sections you cannot

If your section needs tidying or has become too big for you to manage, then Mr Green can help. Mr Green is a nationwide franchise-based...

Quality boxers in Saturday line-up

Organisers say Saturday night's boxing spectacular in Gore should not to be missed, with four fighters stepping into the ring for the first time. The...

Old and New at British Bike Day

Both bikes have the classic look of Triumph motorcycles, but one is 47 years older than the other. That is what British Bike Day is...

Created to challenge and inspire children

Gore Preschool Early Learning Centre is complete. It invites the Gore community to come along and view the centre today from 4pm-7pm at the first...

Making workers safe is their aim

Les Heads has grassroots experience in a variety of jobs from shearing, general farming through to working on an oil rig in the North...

New staff bring skills to boatbuilding factory

There are several new faces at the KeelowCraft Boats factory in Gore, but for the company it's business as usual. New production manager Shayne Harris...

‘Toy car’ back on a charge

An electric "fun toy car" built by Duncan Cairncross is back on the road. The Gore man said the 2013 Low Volume Vehicle Technical Association...

Garden helps grow friendships as well as produce

For eight years, the Mataura Community Garden has been a place of produce and fellowship for volunteers and customers during summer. Mataura Community Garden organiser...

Straight out of Vegas

When Brett Heslip imported a 1969 C10 Chevrolet "pick up" four years ago, one feature he did not change was the left-hand drive. Mr Heslip,...

Suburban started life as hearse

Graham Baird's 1959 Plymouth Suburban started its life in New Zealand working as a hearse in Auckland, and then Wellington. Later, it was bought by...
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