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Google Trekker shows quake changes to city

Google Maps users will now be able to turn back time to see what landmarks used to look like.
Matt Jenke with Google Trekker

Police lay charge

LATEST: Invercargill police have today charged a 56-year-old Tuatapere man in relation to the shooting of Adam Hill on April 13.

Pears to open Arts Festival

Critically acclaimed pianist Fiona Pears is opening the Southland Festival of the Arts tonight with her show Swing Driven Thing.

Highlanders squad named

13 min ago Highlanders coach Jamie Joseph has stuck largely with the team which delivered against the Bulls before the bye round.

79 mill jobs to go

A worker laid off as part of the Southern Cross Forest Product mill closure says more than just low log prices are to blame.

Memorial for Balfour

New Balfour memorial ready for this year's Anzac services.

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Rugby men salute sacrifices

Invercargill Blues players When it comes to Anzac Day some Invercargill sportspeople have their minds set firmly in the past.

Governance workshops to help

Venture Southland and Southland Community Law Centre are tol hold a series of free good-governance workshops.

Arrest made in sheep case

Belles wear khaki for wartime show

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Rescue HQ can be towed where needed

A new trailer equipped with a range of emergency gear including a satellite dish and inflatable stretcher was the biggest project Catlins Search and Rescue had ever invested in, chairman Fraser Morris said.

Gruber still needed by the Sharks

Dave Gruber Sharks big man Brian Conklin is continuing to struggle with a hamstring injury and won't play in Saturday's home game against the Hawks.

Verran a Stag for career good

With his dream of playing provincial rugby blocked in Canterbury, Woodlands fullback Jamie Verran decided to head south in search of greater opportunities.

Opportunity knocks for trio

Following in family footsteps

Dean Bond

Annual rally starts on Saturday

The Catlins Inn Long Point Rally Sprint takes place on Saturday.

Reserve Bank hikes rate

mortgage Homeowners will need to dig deeper for their mortgages after the Reserve Bank lifted the official cash rate.

Pair deny finance fraud

Six-week trial of two men charged of double-dipping money from a finance company is nearly over.

Family matters at Douglas firm

Small property investors hit

Westland Milk Products

Storm cuts milk flows

Westland Milk Products may not meet a few export orders because of last weeks' ferocious storm.

Welcome to the dad club

And Baby Makes Four I don't see him that often now but he's been a mate for about as long as I can remember anything.

Huge effort at Tartan Festival

Wearing the police tartan, Constable Dwight Grieve, of Highway Patrol, shows his strength in the caber toss.

Ride's tally amazes organiser

Trail tale accents the nature of Southland

Pat Veltkamp Smith

It's not all about the dead

Tomorrow we remember all our war dead, young men killed in battles in far off lands, never to feel again love and loss, passion and fear.

Letters of character

Southland Times letter to the editor ''I am longing for the day when it will be all over and I can come back to her.'' - Peter Mackay

Is there a problem officer . . . ?

Editorial: Of course it's a bad thing that police make errors to the extent that $400,000 has been paid since July, but it's hard to draw any strong bottom-line messages from the figures.

Sewage spray pollution

Pest problem put on the table

Shane Jones

Not the space he was in

Editorial: Murray McCully now in the satisfying position of issuing assurances that luring Shane Jones out of Labour isn't sabotage.

Not all dog eat dog

South America People seem to think planes crash frequently, have drugs on board and can't be relied upon.

Kiwis gather in Turkey

Australian and New Zealand voices are beginning to invade Backpacker Street in Istanbul.

Hike the Dylan Thomas trail

Humour helps in this special job

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Top 10 cycling cities

It's only when you travel that you realise what a safe and enjoyable mode of transport cycling can be.

The rapper of the moment

Future His new album 'Honest' puts Future well and truly at the centre of the hip-hop universe.

Selena Gomez 'on the edge'

Is this the beginning of yet another young starlet's very public breakdown?

Drew's baby number two

Along came her spider

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GoT will survive shocking scene (spoiler)

The reaction to this week's Game of Thrones episode has been heartening, but it appears deliberate.

Women who have a lot of sex

Undies It's time to expose reality by shattering outdated perceptions of women who enjoy an active sex life.

Shopping for charity

Women's Refuge open their first Yellow Belle - a recycled designer clothing store.

Lupita crowned most beautiful

Dress-stress averted

Kate

Oz Tour: What Kate's Wearing

The Aussie sunshine's bringing out fresher fashions from the stylish duchess.

Google's stake in trial revealed

Apple says that Samsung hasn't been forthcoming about Google's behind-the-scenes role in its US patent case.

Add a second layer of protection

If the Heartbleed security threat teaches us anything, it's that passwords don't offer total protection.

Time travel on Google Maps

World's first payWave suit

Literally all this widget does

If you're a cranky language bully, it figuratively bugs the hell out of you; people who use 'literally' wrong.

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