An Invercargill City Council hearings panel has called for
more information before making a decision on whether two
hospital buildings from the 1930s should be demolished.
Experience versus new blood - that is the choice facing
Invercargill voters this year.
In just 14 weeks, 11 University of Otago students have
written a book their tutor says will excite literary scholars
across the world.
An Invercargill City Council hearings panel will meet today
to consider whether two hospital buildings from the 1930s
should be demolished.
Auckland to Bluff Ocean Race organiser Murray Francis says it
was ''personally crushing'' to have to postpone next year's
An Invercargill man who forged client signatures on official
paperwork while working as a real estate agent has been
He has been thinking about the idea for more than a decade,
but this is the year Tuturau, Southland sheep farmer Johnny
Perkins is finally realising his dream to do something for
breast cancer research.
The personal details of hundreds of Southland schoolgirls
have been stolen in a burglary.
Invercargill city councillors adopted an ambitious and
expensive CBD revitalisation master plan this week, but not
without impassioned views from both sides of the debate and
members of the public.
SBS Bank has been announced as the new naming sponsor of the
Tour of Southland.
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