Clutha Leader



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  • Local Legend

    This week’s winner of the Silver Fern Farms Local Legend prize is Diane Dykgraaf, of Balclutha. Diane was nominated for her continual efforts fundraising for various groups when asked. Nominees said she has raised funds for sports teams, groups and events for many years and deserves the prize for ‘‘always giving where she can.’’ Congratulations to Diane, and remember to send your nomination names, their contact details and why they deserve the prize to and they could be in to win. PHOTO: NICK BROOK

  • Environmental education celebrated

    Pupils at Waiwera South School celebrated the bronze stage of their Enviroschools journey last Thursday.

  • Dogs have their day at agility show

    Local four-pawed furry friends and their owners have snagged ribbons at a dog agility champion show.

  • Bringing the community together

    Poppy Day takes place tomorrow and will run all day.

  • Club culture and support ‘fantastic’

    The Owaka Rugby Club is where all ages come together to share their passion for the game.

  • Small shop, ‘big’ milestone

    Five years after hitting a sustainability milestone at the Owaka Swap Shop, they have now reached another.

  • Honouring Anzac Day a sacred ritual

    Anzac Day is next week, and New Zealanders will be gathering around memorials and cenotaphs to remember loved ones who served their nation in times of armed conflict, especially to remember and pay their respects to those who made the supreme sacrifice.

  • Players give their all to start season

    Andrew Haulage young men played Invercargill Old Boys on Saturday afternoon at Waverley Park, Invercargill.

  • Time for tough decisions

    For some years, councils have been grappling with the ever-increasing demands of Three Waters, but it has only been the last few weeks that many of the public have realised the true and present danger we all face, with ridiculously high rates increases being announced throughout the country.

  • Indoor bowling

    The season is now under way, and the inaugural triples tournament was held at the Te Pou Ō Mata-Au Balclutha War Memorial and Community Centre on Saturday last week.

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  • Navigating abountiful foodbowl

    Nicknamed the ‘‘rice bowl of Vietnam’’ and home to over 20million people, the mighty Mekong Delta sets the stage for a striking and sensory-rich river cruise experience, writes Mike Yardley IT may be Vietnam’s rice bowl, but the Mekong Delta is so much more. Producing more than half of Vietnam’s...

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  • Fresh look to sides for new season Rugby

    Scarves are being dusted off and the season’s nearly here. In the first of three weekly previews, rugby correspondent Francis Parker casts his eye over the form and makes some predictions for the coming Southern Region competition. This week: Owaka, Clinton and West Taieri....

  • Electric heating offers many tools to make your home comfy efficiently

    Winter is around the corner and heating your home efficiently can be a concern....

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  • Start right: taking on a new farm worker

    Using a step-by-step orientation process helps staff settle into their new job and have the best start possible....

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