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Latest documents

  • ‘Stoked’ with record

    Former Gore athlete Tori Peeters competes at the Seiko Golden Grand Prix in Yokohama, Japan, where she finished second with a throw of 63.26m and added 86cm to the New Zealand record which she set in 2022.

  • Roundup to deliver a night of free gigs

    A night of free entertainment will have music lovers rocking on the Friday night of King’s Birthday weekend.

  • Netball Eastern Southland — May 27

  • Majority of public wants pipes under river

    Most Gore district councillors agree under not over is the best option for pipes that will carry water across the Mataura River.

  • Ex Silver Fern to speak at wellbeing evening

    Community mental health willbe the focus of the Between the Domes Catchment Group Winter Wellbeing Evening.

  • Long-serving nurse ‘led by example’

    Gore Health staff members paid tribute to a long-serving colleague at her farewell morning tea last week.

  • ‘No easy games’ despite dominant victories

    The Wyndham Rugby Club is enjoying another successful season in 2023.

  • Pupils’ anti-bullying stand

    Menzies College ran a week-long programme of activities, during lunchtimes and whanau times to raise awareness for bullying prevention and the importance of being an ‘‘upstander’’. Celebrated annually around the globe, Pink Shirt Day began in Canada in 2007 when two pupils took a stand against homophobic bullying after a new pupil was harassed for wearing pink. Pink Shirt Day has been celebrated in New Zealand since 2009 and the campaign grows stronger and larger every year.

  • Tiny trucks and massive rigs ready to roll into town

    The McDonough Contracting Gore Truck Show is revving up for a fantastic event on June 3.

  • Eighteen centurions in seniors’ squad

    Wyndham has one of the most experienced senior teams in club rugby.

Featured documents

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    THE Chatham archipelago, about 800km east of the South Island, is 45 minutes ahead of New Zealand. Actually they are on the other side of the international date line, but that’s been shifted to bulge around the islands so they share the same date as the rest of the country instead of being the day...

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    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....

  • 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....

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

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    Dunedin marine scientist Abby Smith discovers more about Columbia and its birds than she ever thought possible....

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    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...

  • From sea to sky, birdie to eagle

    A British Columbia golf trip promises stunning scenery and local wildlife, writes AndrewMarshall. This is the scene. It’s early September, and after loading our golf clubs and luggage into the back of our hire car at Vancouver International Airport, we set the sat nav to Whistler, a 135km drive,...

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    Marie Curran discovers the grim history of a remote southern Wairarapa fishing village....

  • 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....

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