The manager of the new museum and art space in Invercargill is thrilled with the public’s response.
A couple involved in an explosion at an Invercargill house, which seriously injured two people, have been charged with drug offences.
A man charged with the murder of a woman in Te Anau is to go on trial next year.
Invercargill residents will have to save coins for the city’s parking meters for some time.
An 18-year-old Invercargill man has been sentenced to supervision for stealing a vehicle and scamming $12,000 over the internet.
A 21-year-old Invercargill man has pleaded guilty to careless driving following the death of Thalia Newport (20) and the injuring of seven others.
An important aspect of Maori heritage is its intricate and detailed carvings.
Domestic tourism appears to have saved Southland from border lockdown blues.
Southland District Council has appointed a new chief executive to lead the organisation.
A 21-year-old man has pleaded guilty to careless driving following the death of Invercargill woman Thalia Newport earlier this year, in a crash which injured seven other people.
The Invercargill library yesterday was filled with the mana of Waverley Park School’s kapa haka.
One of the men arrested in relation to the aggravated robbery of an Invercargill Night ’n Day store has pleaded guilty to several of the charges he faces.
Asking a group of strangers for a lift through the drive-through ended with an Invercargill man being robbed.
An Invercargill prisoner who threw hot water into a Corrections officer’s face will spend another four and a-half months in jail.
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters has pledged to keep the Tiwai Point smelter open for another two decades, calling it a bottom line for any future coalition negotiations.
Family members of a woman killed in an Invercargill crash two years ago cried when a guilty verdict was delivered yesterday.
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters says his plan to save Tiwai is all about "telling the truth".
A passenger in a speeding vehicle at the time of a crash which killed an Invercargill nurse has been found guilty of manslaughter by inciting and encouraging the driver to operate the vehicle recklessly.
The jury in the trial of an Invercargill man charged with manslaughter by inciting and encouraging the driver to operate a vehicle recklessly will resume its deliberations this morning.
A man accused of inciting reckless driving said he "blacked out" and did not remember much from the night of the fatal crash which took the life of an Invercargill nurse in 2018.