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Latest documents

  • Fascinating journey

    I do not remember hearing in 2012 that the skeleton of King Richard III had been found.

  • NZ selection reward for Gore bowler

    Sheldon Bagrie-Howley has been ‘‘secretly hoping’’ and now his wishes have come true.

  • ‘Happy tears’ for win

    Winning races and winning hearts, local horse Goldie’s Chance is showing no signs of slowing down after her victory in the 50th Gore Guineas.

  • Sentences imposed by Judge Russell Walker in the Gore District Court on January 18 were. —

  • Spotlight on premier show

    After Covid affected so many shows in the last few years, the New Zealand Royal Agricultural Society southern districts committee members asked ourselves what could we do for our members, including our 18 A&Ps and various breed societies?

  • DRAW

  • Trail ride reopens after one year hiatus

    The popular Mandeville Country Club trail ride is back after a one-year hiatus.

  • Sentenced over repeated calls

    A MAN who rang two businesses 52 times to see if he had been successful in applying for a job was sentenced to community work last week.

  • Fleecing continues John Parish (18/1/23) seems to think that the existence of one rort justifies another.

  • Man swears off tractors after surviving bridge fall

    It was a job he used to love, but after it almost cost him his life, Raegan Matthews says he will not drive another tractor.

Featured documents

  • Tamborine Mountain treats

    Beyond the sensory thrills around Surfers Paradise, the Gold Coast hinterland abounds as a soothing playground of artisanal indulgence and soft adventure pursuits, writes Mike Yardley....

  • Marvels in Great Southern

    Four and a-half hours’ drive south of Perth, Western Australia’s Great Southern region, anchored by heritage-tinged Albany is ripe for exploration, writes Mike Yardley....

  • Unlikely pair guiding Groundswellas farmers make feelings heard

    They’re an unlikely pair of protesters....

  • Chathams: ‘Remote, wild and utterly fascinating’

    Ewan McDonald runs through every reason why the Chathams should be on your 2022 travel hit list....

  • Pushing in support of strong wool

    Voting packs on a proposed merger of Wools of New Zealand and Primary Wool Co-operative have been posted to more than 2000 farmers this week. Reporter ShawnMcAvinue joins farmers at a stop of a nationwide roadshow where executives spoke about their plans to more than double the price for strong...

  • Passion for plants sees business celebrate 90 years

    A West Otago business celebrates its 90th anniversary this month, an extraordinary achievement particularly given it has remained in the same family. Business editor Sally Rae meets the Hughes family from Blue Mountain Nurseries....

  • Chathams: ‘Remote, wild and utterly fascinating’

    Ewan McDonald runs through every reason why the Chathams should be on your 2022 travel hit list....

  • Adventure central at a slow pace

    Queenstown may be the home of adventure sports, but there’s also plenty to do for those who don’t want to do much. Daisy Hudson spent a weekend relaxing in the resort to check it out....

  • RESULTS...

  • Splendour along the coast

    North Canterbury’s Gore Bay Tourist Drive is a classic Kiwi detour, leading you along storied coastal nooks to geological wizardry and a sky-high place to stay above the clouds, writes MikeYardley....

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