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Powerball and Strike Roll Over
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Powerball and Strike Roll Over

News Desk - Jul 08, 2020

Powerball and Strike have both rolled over tonight, meaning there is a combined prize pool of $13.6 million up for grabs on Saturday night. Powerball was not…

Blessing of Refurbished Oral Health Clinics at Southland Hospital
News
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News
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Blessing of Refurbished Oral Health Clinics at Southland Hospital

News Desk - Jul 01, 2020

Two clinics at Southland Hospital’s busy Oral Health Unit that have been completely refurbished with new chairs and equipment, were blessed on Friday morning and are ready…

Fonterra to Pay Farmers More for Sustainable, High Value Milk
Farming, News
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Farming, News
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Fonterra to Pay Farmers More for Sustainable, High Value Milk

News Desk - Jun 24, 2020

Fonterra farmers producing sustainable, high quality milk will be eligible for a new payment, as Fonterra announces important changes to the way it pays farmers for their…

Aerial Flights Show Positive Improvements in Winter Grazing Practice
Environment, Farming
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Environment, Farming
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Aerial Flights Show Positive Improvements in Winter Grazing Practice

News Desk - Jun 18, 2020

Yesterday’s aerial compliance inspections saw positive improvements in winter grazing practices. Environment Southland chief executive Rob Phillips said farmers were advised last year that winter grazing practices…

South Island Winter Tomato Growers Hit By Carbon Charges
Business, News
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Business, News
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South Island Winter Tomato Growers Hit By Carbon Charges

News Desk - Jun 12, 2020

Parts of New Zealand might soon struggle to find tomatoes in winter. Much of the South Island's supply is grown in glasshouses heated by coal-fired burners, while…

New Bylaw Protects Southland’s Stop Bank Network
Environment, News
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Environment, News
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New Bylaw Protects Southland’s Stop Bank Network

News Desk - May 27, 2020

At yesterday’s Council meeting, the revised Southland Flood Control Management Bylaw was adopted. The bylaw, which becomes operative on Saturday 23 May, aims to manage and protect…

SDC Building Team Goes Paperless
News, Southland District Council
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News, Southland District Council
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SDC Building Team Goes Paperless

News Desk - May 27, 2020

Southland District Council’s building solutions team is 100% electronic. Council’s new GoGet software went live on 6 May, giving the team the final tool that enables full…

Invercargill Airport To Lose Air Traffic Control Service
News, Tourism
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News, Tourism
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Invercargill Airport To Lose Air Traffic Control Service

News Desk - May 20, 2020

We are disappointed that Airways have decided to close the Air Traffic Control Tower at Invercargill Airport Invercargill general manager Nigel Finnerty. We do not support the…

ICC Facilities To Re-Open Under Alert Level 2
Community, Covid-19
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Community, Covid-19
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ICC Facilities To Re-Open Under Alert Level 2

News Desk - May 13, 2020

Invercargill City Council is delighted to be able to welcome customers back into its offices, facilities, and places people love to visit at Alert Level 2, albeit…

Borland Lodge Faces an Uncertain Future
Community, News
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Community, News
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Borland Lodge Faces an Uncertain Future

News Desk - May 10, 2020

Borland Lodge faces an uncertain future Borland Lodge is one of Southland’s most loved destinations and has been providing unique outdoor education and leisure activities to schools,…