Arthur's relatives moved by show

We Will Remember Them tells the story of soldiers from Tapanui who fought in World War 1.

The relatives of Tapanui World War One veteran Private Arthur Gordon were treated to a performance of We Will Remember Them - a show based on his wartime diaries, on Sunday.

Multicultural council to focus on support gallery

Members of the Southland Multicultural Council, from left, Meggy Bartlett-McBride, Jason Nguyen, Jasmine Campbell, Rukman Babaranda, Thembi Mabunda, Ferenc Szucs and Madhu Redman.

The Southland Multicultural Council needs to focus more on being a support service for both migrants and locals, its new leadership team says.

Carcosa enjoying whirlwind year

Invercargill band Carcosa on stage at the New Zealand Battle of the Bands in 2014.

One of Invercargill's newest bands has just finished recording its first EP after a whirlwind year of playing gigs.

Southland's art hotspots revealed

Nigel Brown's 'Three Pots for Pahia' which was gifted to the Eastern Southland Gallery by the artist along with three other works.

Southland is full of hidden treasures; reporter Caitlin Salter chatted to local arty people to find out where the art hotspots are.

Southern children getting involved in the arts

Ascot Community School students, from left, Kady Gill, 10, Ani Tengu, 11, and Tia Grant, 12, play snakes and ladders for the Glengarry shopping centre as part of the Glengarry Community action project.

Whether they're creating giant board games or singing their hearts out on stage, Southland youngsters are more involved in the arts than ever.

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Arthur's relatives moved by show

We Will Remember Them tells the story of soldiers from Tapanui who fought in World War 1.

The relatives of Tapanui World War One veteran Private Arthur Gordon were treated to a performance of We Will Remember Them - a show based on his wartime diaries, on Sunday.

Blood treatment offers hope

It is surprising what lengths you can go to when backed into a corner with no end in sight.

Hasta la Vista to Players, baby

Resisters bring back the blues

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Climber releases Going Up Is Easy

Lake Hawea climber and author Lydia Bradey.

Wanaka climber Lydia Bradey's book is "a balance of laughter, humour and epic adventure".

Java Dance excite the senses

Drinking wine is a very fond pasttime of mine, but I've never given the process of making it much thought.

Ainsley Thompson in the kitchen

Queenstown's newest hotspot gallery

If you're planning a trip to Queenstown this winter, put the Sherwood on your hit list

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