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Pupils learn healthy food choices

JOHN.COSGROVE@cluthaleader.co.nz Just how much sugar is there in bread? And is it good for you? Those were two of many questions children from Lawrence Area School...

Coal industry study

A book looking at the 21st-century history of the New Zealand coal industry and the controversy surrounding it is about to be released by...

Old crib owners reunion planned

Calling all Jacks Bay crib owners from the 1950s and '60s. Fergus Gregory, of Owaka, says he has fond memories of the fun-filled summer days...

Show entrants enjoy the cruise

JACK.CONROY@cluthaleader.co.nzdd There was something for everyone at the 2019 Kaitangata Car Show and Cruise on Saturday. Cars of all kinds, games and rides for children, musical...

Kids ‘the ones that suffer’

JOHN.COSGROVE@cluthaleader.co.nz Clutha-Taieri area response manager Senior Sergeant Stan Leishman says it "guts" him when he sees children who are not being looked after properly. "The impact...

Mental health service here to help anyone

The numbers are staggering when you think about it. Mental illness affects about 3% of the population. That means three out of every 100 people you...

Gesture unites generations

It was all smiles at the Lawrence Rural Health Centre rest-home recently as Lawrence Area School (LAS) head girl and Clutha District Youth Council...

PGF support for trail welcomed

JACK CONROY@cluthaleader.co.nz Clutha business owners have responded with elation to last week's announcement of a $7 million Provincial Growth Fund (PGF) investment in Otago that...

Looking forward to another year of care at Catlins Coast Inc

After a year of being the project co-ordinator for Catlins Coast Inc, Lisa Biginato is excited about what the next year has in store. Catlins...
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