A world without newspapers, imagine the consequences. GORDON KILKERR investigates the online frenzy.
He’s seen Elvis, the Rolling Stones and the Beatles in concert, Muhammad Ali fight Joe Frazier, and was in the Caribbean when Neil Armstrong landed on the moon, but Thomas “Davey” Craig calls Southland home. ASHLEIGH REID profiles a Scottish wanderer.
Kaito Suzuki has seen more of the world in seven years, than many will see in their entire lives. JOE OELOFSE sits down for a chat.
An abundance of colours lined the streets as Invercargill was hit with a wave of exhilaration as Southland’s Olympians paraded their achievements. EMMA SOMERVILLE reports.
A North Shore resident says the storm raging in the Auckland area is the worst she’s seen and described the sky as “black as night”.SIT music head’s Mass gets thumbs up
The Southern Institute of Technology has produced its own small slice of heaven – a Mass approved by the Catholic Church. JAMIE HOWELLS-COSSON reports.Surrey Park deal has fish-hooks
Central Government has agreed to return land to Invercargill City Council ownership, but it could cost Sport Southland up to $50,000. HANNAH MCLEOD explains.Burt Munro Challenge pics
Check out some of the hardy participants in town for the Burt Munro Challenge.Shakespeare in the Park
The bard is preparing for his annual foray into the park, as EMMA SOMERVILLE reports.Tis the season too early?
Do Christmas decorations appear too early? JOE OELOFSE asks the hard question.Burt Munro participants purr into town
The air is thick with the throaty purr of hundreds of motorcycles. LEWIS JONES, KATIE DAWSON and GORDON KILKERR don their helmets and investigates the Burt Munro Challenge.Maritime museum marks 20 years at the wheel
A function was held this month to commemorate the 20th year Anniversary of the Bluff Maritime Museum, which opened its doors in 1992. EMMA SOMERVILLE reports.