Invercargill


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Invercargill

(ˌɪnvəˈkɑːɡɪl)
n
(Placename) a city in New Zealand, on South Island: regional trading centre for sheep and agricultural products. Pop: 51 700 (2004 est)
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 26, 2019-: PGF investment a game changer for Invercargill
Former Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) head of nursing Sally Dobbs said her initial "anxiety" about the proposal dissipated somewhat after reassurances about the future of SIT from Minister of Education Chris Hipkins, who visited Invercargill early this month.
Hong Kong: Fitch Ratings has revised Invercargill City Council's (ICC) Outlook to Stable from Negative, and affirmed the Long- and Short-Term Local-Currency Issuer Default Ratings (IDR) at 'AA' and 'F1+' respectively.
Hundreds of people in the cities of Invercargill and Dunedin reported feeling a light shaking.
MAE tim cneifio Cymru wedi bod ar siwrnai fythgofiadwy eleni i Bencampwriaethau Cneifio a Thrin Gwlan y Byd yn Invercargill, Seland Newydd.
A four-year-old preschooler in Invercargill has been hospitalised following her drunken episode at a day care centre.
He and his friends then headed to the Colac Bay Tavern, where he was given a bandage, as he was dripping blood, before being sent to Invercargill Hospital.
Invercargill District Court heard Twomey, 25, and two pals were playing pool when a a row broke out with another man.
In that research, I came across an interesting quote from a professor of psychology at a local university, who observed in 1977 (when our current law was passed), that the main factors determining the content of abortion law outside the Communist countries were "the strength of the Roman Catholic political lobby and the emergence of an educated and politically articulate women's lobby." Though other denominations have grown more conservative on abortion since the '70s, the battle over the new abortion service in Invercargill, described in Sparrow's article, shows that his analysis still holds a lot of truth.
A jury in the Invercargill District Court found Jonathan Dixon, a bouncer who worked at the nightclub where Tindall had been drinking, dishonestly obtained property by accessing the venue's computer system.
Ms Harris, a mother of eight from the southern city of Invercargill, had suffered for years from ill health.