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Free lunches beneficial to pupils, principal says

There is such a thing as a free lunch at Māruawai College and pupils are reaping the benefits, principal Mel Hamilton says. The school’s senior...

Titans captain ‘pretty stoked’ with team’s effort in championship final

Gore’s softball team the Titans are the premier 2 Southland Softball champions. The Titans beat Invercargill team Demons 8-6 in the final on Saturday. Titans captain...

Historic railcar visits town

The seldom-used Gore Railway Shelter was treated to a near 90-year-old visitor last week when a 1938-built Standard railcar from the Pahiatua Railcar Society...

Angus breeders host touring group

Angus breeders from throughout New Zealand and Australia toured the South last week, visiting farms in Angus NZ’s southern ward. About 70 people took part...

Southern Steel in Gore for pre-season training games

Southern Steel fans have been able to see how the team is tracking a month out from the ANZ Premiership. The Steel played the franchise’s...

Cavalcade finale draws about 2000 onlookers

About 2000 onlookers lined the main street of Waikaia to welcome Goldfields Cavalcade participants to the town. The 31st cavalcade came to an end on...

Smaller numbers not a drag at ‘successful’ racing event

Paul Richardson has been racing in the Cobra Rodders Standing 1/8th Mile Street Drags for longer than he can remember. On Sunday, he again competed...

Week in the wagon ‘best week of the year’

The 31st annual Otago Goldfields Heritage Trust Cavalcade started this week and participants will start a journey throughout the South on 11 different trails, each...
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