It would be a "no-brainer to come home", a former Southlander living in New York says.
Environment Southland will defer some of its scheduled committee meetings during the Covid-19 lockdown.
Hundreds of Kiwis are stuck in India after flights back to New Zealand were cancelled amid the Covid-19 lockdown. Otago Daily Times reporter Abbey Palmer speaks to her brother George Palmer about the lockdown in Delhi and the struggle to get home.
Despite some reports of Covid-19 lockdown breaches, "most Southlanders are abiding by the rules", Inspector Jon Bisset says.
A Te Anau doctor says the area has received its third confirmed case of Covid-19.
Southland Disability Enterprises has "welcomed" the discontinuation of its contract with WasteNet for processing Southland’s recycling, its chairman says.
WasteNet has just announced it will pull the plug on its recycling contract with Southland Disability Enterprises.
An Invercargill cafe in a building identified as a source of Covid-19 is reassuring its customers it has been given the green light by health officials to remain open.
Foodstuffs NZ says a deep clean has been carried out after Southern Public Health confirmed a customer with Covid-19 visited its New World Windsor store in Invercargill on Thursday 12th March...
A pilot landed a charter flight on an Invercargill beach yesterday after the engine caused him some concern.
St John Invercargill area executive officer Tracy Kilkelly and her pooch Izzi are on the hunt for four and two-legged volunteers to help out with a newly introduced Outreach Therapy Pets programme.
A plane has been forced to land on Invercargill's Oreti Beach this morning.
For horse rider Michelle Coombes there could be no better birthday surprise than winning first place, not once but twice, at the 152nd Southland A&P Show. From performing donkeys, to cowboy...
Cordons are in place after a truck and trailer rolled on the Edendale-Wyndham Road in Southland this morning.
A Southlander never dreamed she would be homeless.
The mother of a long-term patient at Queenstown’s mental health service says a slew of staff resignations in recent months could lead to another hospitalisation for her child.
While tractors on Invercargill roads are not the most unusual sight, yesterday’s convoy through the city stood out.
The last time Gill Isherwood was in a helicopter she was being rescued from Lake Monowai.
It’s deeply ironic Queenstown’s “chronically” under-resourced mental health team is getting so little support from its employer, a top union official says.
Onlookers watched from their vehicles as a helicopter descended on the entrance to Coronet Peak after a cyclist was struck by a truck yesterday.