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Tony the Sloth: pictures tell a scandalous tale

NICK.BROOK@cluthaleader.co.nzHigh›powered meetings, notes under doors and a series of haunting images surrounded the mysterious disappearance of Tony the Sloth. Concerned caregiver and Rosebank School principal...

Kaitangata artist gains international attention

EVELYN.THORN@cluthaleader.co.nz One local man is making moves in the art world. Kaitangata local Franky Harris learned to love art as he grew up —and just not...

Motorists urged to drive to conditions

Police are urging drivers to drive to the conditions of the roads around the district following a spike in vehicle collisions and crashes due...

Awards acknowledge service to community

RICHARD.DAVISON@cluthaleader.co.nz Local heroes have been honoured for their efforts once more, during the Clutha District Community Awards in Balclutha last week. Clutha Mayor Bryan Cadogan and...

Beach vehicle access bylaw finding support

RICHARD.DAVISON@cluthaleader.co.nz Sentiment towards a proposed new vehicle beach access bylaw for Clutha was broadly positive during an initial round of hearings last week. Fifteen people spoke...

Matariki lights up festivities

NICK.BROOK@cluthaleader.co.nz The first observance of Matariki as a modern public holiday, just three days after the southern winter solstice, was welcomed with gusto throughout Clutha...

Strong second half earns Dunedin title

Rugby FRANCIS PARKER Dunedin spoiled the country fairy tale to claim the Otago women’s premier club title with a 22›12 win over Big River Country at...

South Otago team’s masterful win

South Otago badminton representative team members (from left) Hilary Hirst, Glen Hirst, Chris Bunting, Stephen Dobson, Dave Richards, Diana Kovacs, Juliana Morahan, Lisa Morris,...

Tougher rules a possibility: DairyNZ

SHAWN.MCAVINUE@alliedpress.co.nz Regional councils can introduce tougher winter grazing rules than those about to be brought in by the Government, DairyNZ has warned. DairyNZ solutions and development...

Doing my bit to boost ‘Planet’ coverage

The other side With Andrew Roe New Zealand’s borders are finally open to all tourists and, as of this week, there is no longer a need...
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