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Swans extend run of winning form

The Waihola Swans have taken control of the Clutha Vets South Otago T20 competition with their third win from as many matches. The Swans beat...

Smashing it

Racing a family affair

Kindergarten children give the gift of song

A gift of Christmas spirit was given by young to old when local kindergarten children came to sing at Holmdene Home for the Aged...

Celebrating culture

Film follows 13,000km adventure

Big plans for Lawrence Chinese Camp

The Year of the Dragon signified spreading wings with the announcement of a $3.5 million-dollar plan at Lawrence Chinese Camp (LCC) on Sunday. At the...
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From shearing to shovelling, it’s all on

South Otago A&P Society’s 157th annual show will be held on Saturday, November 25. A massive welcome to everyone — there are a lot...

Queens on show at A&P

The annual South Otago A&P Show hosts an incredible event year after year. There are so many quirks and unique aspects of the show. One of...

What makes a successful A&P show

President’s welcome Welcome to the 2023 South Otago A&P Show. This being our 157th show, we are indeed one of the oldest running A&Ps in...

It’s OK to ask for help: cancer survivor

With Daffodil Day tomorrow, one local cancer survivor says go to the doctor — and go again. Balclutha woman Amy Ewald was visiting family in...

Any cancer patient, anywhere

Daffodil Day is tomorrow, and the Cancer Society is reminding people that locals can help locals when it comes to tough times. Cancer is a...

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