Eyes to the sky in Alexandra

Neil Sutherland, who lives at the Alexandra Airport at his hanger, will be displaying his home-built plane at the Wings ...

5:04 PM  It's not every day planes down the main street of Alexandra.

Clyde's 'day of reckoning'

Central Otago mayor Tim Cadogan above Clyde.

The Central Otago township of Clyde faces a potential $34 million sewage system upgrade to meet national water policy standards.

From Queenstown to Pyongyang

Downtown Qt manager and former Queenstown journalist Steve Wilde made a documentary Inside North Korea.

"The oddest place I have been to and I've been to all sorts of weird places."

Cromwell kids strike gold

Max McDowall, 7, Hunter Knox, 7 and Will Stephenson, 6, of Goldfields Primary School, were in Cromwell's Historic ...

A history lesson Central Otago style...gold panning and heavy horse and wagon rides.

Repertory Theatre successful at Theatrefest

Taylor Barrett, Gussie Johnson, Maggie Watts, and Brogan Campbell arrive at Invercargill Airport after a successful ...

Invercargill theatre veteran Gussie Johnson scored her fourth win at the Theatrefest finals at the weekend.

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Eyes to the sky in Alexandra

Neil Sutherland, who lives at the Alexandra Airport at his hanger, will be displaying his home-built plane at the Wings ...

5:04 PM  It's not every day planes down the main street of Alexandra.

Clyde's 'day of reckoning'

The Central Otago township of Clyde faces a potential $34 million sewage system upgrade to meet national water policy standards.

Cromwell kids strike gold

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Reviews

A Streetcar Named Desire

Cast of A Streetcar Named Desire after the show at Repertory Invercargill.

It was funny, it was serious and it was down right outrageous.

Review: Mamma Mia wows in Gore

Gore Musical Theatre's production of Mamma Mia runs until August 19

Gore Musical Theatre's Mamma Mia should come with a warning.

Review: Rhys Darby in Invercargill

Comedian Rhys Darby brought his unique and strange brand of entertainment to Invercargill on Saturday.

The LA-based comedian left some Invercargillites speechless and others with a belly full of laughs.

Review:

Dorothy McGregor with her son Todd at the launch of her new book in Invercargill.

When we think of pioneer women we see passive petticoated mothers, crossing swollen rivers with a swag of children and dour bearded men.

London Grammar's same ol' thing

London Grammar, Truth is a Beautiful Thing.

REVIEW: Moody beats and airy keyboards aren't enough to make an album memorable.

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