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US protest behaviour ‘blows my mind’

Scrambling out of the United States of America during a pandemic was not something Hannah Miller thought she would ever experience. Miller, a cross-country and...

Restrictions in play as golf courses reopen

Golf made its return to Eastern Southland under Alert Level 3 this week, but not all clubs are teeing off. It resumed on Tuesday after...

Ice Sports head coach takes on national role

A new challenge awaits Simone Thornett. The Ice Sports Southland head coach was appointed as the New Zealand Ice Figure Association coaching director earlier this...

Movement is about more than health

COLUMN: Maintaining physical activity under lockdown conditions is vital to our wellbeing. Emily Scott looks at how to keep moving in the bubble.  Were you one...

No sport to be played at level 3

Minister of Sport Grant Robertson has revealed that there will be no sport played in New Zealand at alert level 3. The Government is currently...

Memorial snooker tournament held

A memorial snooker tournament is helping raise awareness surrounding the mental health of soldiers and their families. The inaugural Leonard Trent VC Memorial RSA Blind...

Players in national squad

He is thought to be the only Gore squash player to ever be selected for a New Zealand transtasman team. Ashton Hansen (12) was chosen...

Head boy about to join Barbarians

Had Gore High School's 1st XV not excelled last year, Hayden Michaels would not be heading to South Africa. The open-side flanker was scouted when...

Peeters breaks record twice in Olympics quest

Breaking one New Zealand javelin record didn't satisfy Tori Peeters, so she had to break it twice in 10 days. Peeters, formerly of Gore, broke...

Shot putters crush school records

A trio of young shot putters have smashed through Blue Mountain College athletics records. Jess Reid (12), Lucy Eason and Jake Lindale (both 11) all...
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