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Camp cohort suggests future is bright

Last year, Clutha Leader reporter Jack Conroy went to the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards camp in Queenstown. He loved it so much that he...

Further sections created in subdivision

JOHN.COSGROVE@cluthaleader.co.nz The Clutha District Council’s development, Plantation Heights, on the northern slopes of Balclutha, received a boost recently. It has moved a step closer to fulfilment...

Temporary i-Site premises ready to go

JOHN.COSGROVE@cluthaleader.co.nz The Clutha i-Site was on the move last week, across and down the main street of Balclutha to its new temporary home in John...

Swimmers should check water first

JACK.CONROY@cluthaleader.co.nz Care for a swim? Otago Regional Council (ORC) staff will be out around the region sampling and testing water quality for the summer recreation season...

Familiar cars and rare come to annual Kai show and run

by JOHN COSGROVE and JACK CONROY An ‘‘amazing turnout’’ of vehicles and people made the 2020 Kaitangata Car Show and Run a success on Saturday...

Isolation among elderly

JOHN.COSGROVE@cluthaleader.co.nz No bus, no taxi, no way out of home. A rising tide of isolation among the elderly was a key talking point during recent local...

Kaitangata advocate gives time to many

JOHN.COSGROVE@cluthaleader.co.nz Clutha District Council’s Community Awards were given to six dedicated residents and two secondary school pupils who have been working tirelessly in their communities...

Sign of New Zealand’s beauty in south of France

Ex-Kaka Point resident Nicolas Cogan has received a cheerful reminder of a visit by some long- distance friends when he was sent a photo...

Blue Mountain College formal

Dresses, suits, cars and chariots of all types were all on show when the Blue Mountain College held their annual seniors formal ball at...
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