When friends suggested Margaret Dickie come along to the Gore Garden Club 54 years ago she never dreamt she would be taking up the role of club patroness all these years later.
Little Lisa Miller (6), of Gore, could not believe her eyes when her two-tooth ewe Bella gave birth to quadruplets on Friday.
Gore High School is celebrating being one of only four secondary schools nationally to gain the national outdoor safety quality assurance benchmark the ‘‘OutdoorsMark''.
Tiarete Wanahi has been on the ride of his life since being chosen as the main child star in a short film produced by a Wanaka production house.
Resthaven Village residents will be snug in their new quilts of many colours.
The judges' choice of the overall winner of the Hokonui Fashion Design Awards may be a bit controversial, head judge and World fashion label co-owner Francis Hooper says.
Ice sprayed and skates squealed when Gore hosted an ice hockey tournament at the ice rink in the Gore Multi-Sports Complex at the weekend.
More than 500 pieces of art by 90 artists are on display at the Riversdale Community Centre's 39th annual Riversdale Art Exhibition.
A former Riversdale resident, now based in Christchurch, received the Riversdale Arts group's arts scholarship at the opening of the Riversdale Art Exhibition on Friday night.
Heriot Plunket will present ‘‘A Night with Eric Rush'' at the Heriot Community Centre on August 14.
A retired farming couple who live in Gore have proved they can grow almost anything.
Phillip Tytler has swapped 40degC heat for 4degC and sun for frost and snow, returning home to Gore after spending three years in the United Arab Emirates.
The excitement is building in anticipation of this year's Hokonui Fashion Design Awards, with the cataloguing of garments in readiness for this weekend's event.
The building of social skills in young people is an essential ingredient in helping children and teens reach their full potential, Gore and District Youth Worker Trust youth worker Manaaki Green says.
Major renovations of the former Mataura Town Hall are planned to turn it in to a fully equipped youth centre, complete with a movie theatre.
Creativity came to the fore when East Gore School pupils created myriad outfits and crafts from recyclables to be entered in the Southland Museum and Art Gallery Southland Primary Schools Art Exhibition.
Eastern Southland businessman Ian ‘‘Inky'' Tulloch has encouraged Mataura Primary School pupils to get on with reading and learning - and to go on to do better than he had.
Riversdale artist Christine O'Connor thinks she's pretty lucky.
Walking sticks, handy reachers, magnifying aids, jar openers and peelers are among the most popular aids available at the Disability Resource Centre (DRC) open days at the Gore Senior Citizens Club on Ardwick St.
If you have ever wanted to run away and join the circus, former Gore man Corey Moir is the man to talk to.