Construction of a cul-de-sac to close Balclutha's
''dangerous'' Ryrie St-State Highway 1 intersection
permanently is under way.
Those making submissions on the Clutha District Council's
draft annual plan can voice their views at a hearing in
Telford's new course training rural animal technicians has
been welcomed by farmers and vets.
Random drug and alcohol testing is being carried out at
Telford, director Charley Lamb says. It was introduced to
protect students and to bring Telford in line with industry
requirements, Prof Lamb said.
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