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‘Blind mice’ enjoy sense of outdoors

JOHN.COSGROVE @cluthaleader.co.nz The ability to walk in the forests and along the beaches of New Zealand is a given for most people but for a few,...

School newsroom modelled digitally

JOHN.COSGROVE @cluthaleader.co.nz In our digital world where news broadcasts are screened or streamed every minute of the day, student George Tabberer decided to create a virtual...

Still loving JP work after 36 years

JOHN.COSGROVE @cluthaleader.co.nz A desire to help others was the underlying reason for Brian Archbold, of Balclutha, taking up the role of Justice of the Peace (JP)...

Lions the mane event at dance course

JOHN.COSGROVE @cluthaleader.co.nz Learning the moves and secret language used by Chinese lion dancers around the world was all part of the ‘‘how to become a lion...

Children enjoy the thrill of flying

JOHN.COSGROVE @cluthaleader.co.nz You push the stick forward to descend and pull back to go up. The joy of flying, not in a commercial jet but aboard a...

Locks shed for cancer cause

JACK.CONROY @cluthaleader.co.nz Fifteen-year-old Hayden Gordon, of The Catlins Area School, made a sacrifice last week. After his mother recovered from breast cancer twice he decided to cut...

Work begins on halls

JOHN.COSGROVE@cluthaleader.co.nz Funding from a Provincial Growth Fund (PGF) allocation targeted at community hall renovations has been a welcome boost to rural communities in the Clutha...

From first dance came lifelong love

JOHN.COSGROVE@cluthaleader.co.nz The stars were definitely glittering like diamonds 60 years ago when Colin and Alexia Craig walked down the aisle at St Andrew’s Church in...

Playground removal ‘very sad’

JACK.CONROY@cluthaleader.co.nz For the past four years, Cromer St resident Colin Ward has enjoyed seeing young families come to Balclutha’s Water Tower Park to use the...
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