A memorial at Stirling Point, near Bluff, in memory of those
lost in Foveaux Strait tragedies would be a comfort for
grieving families and friends, two women who have lost
relatives to the sea say.
Dog owners in Christchurch with pets stressed by the
earthquakes are turning to an unusual remedy - aromatherapy.
The new annual ocean race from Auckland to Bluff has received
support from the organisers of the Sydney to Hobart event.
A free business sounds too good to be true, but the man
behind the proposal says there is no catch.
An independent report into Environment Southland's compliance
division has found no evidence of dishonesty or fraudulent
behaviour by a staff member, but has signalled the need for
improvements to processes and procedures.
The 20th anniversary of the official opening of Stewart
Island's Great Walk, the Rakiura Track, was marked last week.
The head of a trust trying to eradicate wilding pines from a
vast expanse of Northern Southland believes the big job can
More than 400ha of an internationally recognised scientific
reserve southeast of Invercargill has been destroyed by fire.
France-based New Zealand businessman Mark Oremland had a
dream when he bought a 1940s DC3 18 months ago.
A Southland anti-abortion group will begin weekly protests
outside Southland Hospital from next month.
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