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Large Kelvin Hotel Mural Unveiling Today

Jan 25, 2019
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Today Invercargill will boast one of the tallest street art murals in New Zealand, when it officially unveiled at 11am this morning Friday (25th January)

Read: Huge Mural On Kelvin Hotel Unveiled

Internationally acclaimed artist Danny (Deow) Owens is the creative behind the 24m high masterpiece, with the Invercargill Licensing Trust initially providing the blank canvas on the south wall of the Kelvin Hotel.

National Feildays Goes Online – A World First
Business, Farming
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Business, Farming
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National Feildays Goes Online – A World First

Malcolm Gayfer - Jul 13, 2020

The National Agricultural Fieldays was officially opened online today (Mon) , replacing its usual opening event, normally held at Mystery…

Locals Loving New Local Events
Community, Kids & Family
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Community, Kids & Family
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Locals Loving New Local Events

Aimee Wilson - Jul 13, 2020

There was no reason for families to have nothing to do in Invercargill over the weekend, with ‘Love Local’ at…

Serious Fraud Office To Investigate 2017 Labour Party Donation
News, Southland
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News, Southland
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Serious Fraud Office To Investigate 2017 Labour Party Donation

News Desk - Jul 13, 2020

The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has launched an investigation in relation to donations made to the Labour Party in 2017.…

Government Plan Aims To Boost Primary Sector Export Earnings By $44bn
Farming, News
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Farming, News
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Government Plan Aims To Boost Primary Sector Export Earnings By $44bn

News Desk - Jul 13, 2020

The government has launched a plan to boost primary sector export earnings by $44 billion over the next decade. It…

Low-Methane ‘Elite’ Sheep Breeding Project Finds Success – AgResearch Scientist
Farming, News
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Farming, News
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Low-Methane ‘Elite’ Sheep Breeding Project Finds Success – AgResearch Scientist

News Desk - Jul 13, 2020

Low methane appears to be a breedable trait that does not affect economic value in sheep, and could lead to…