The day the Barton family lost their wife and mother it ripped at the heart of the family. Otago Daily Times bureau chief Karen Pasco talked to the family.
The conscious decision of Rodney Martin not to stop at a rural intersection near Invercargill, causing the death of a woman, has robbed her children of "thousands of future life events".
A motorist who failed to stop at a stop sign leading to the death of nurse, mother and wife Nola Jane Paterson-Barton was sentenced to eight months home detention today.
A breach of protocols during Covid-19 lockdown has left staff members at Mataura’s Alliance meatworks plant in hot water.
Great South’s statement of intent has been amended to include short-term goals in response to the impact of Covid-19 on the Southland economy.
Most Environment Southland (ES) consent hearings, on pause because of the Covid-19 situation, can now continue at Alert Level 2.
The decision to pull air traffic control services from Invercargill Airport is disappointing, general manager Nigel Finnerty says.
The Public Service Association (PSA) union has hit out at the Invercargill City Council, calling it a "rogue employer" after some ICC staff were told their pay would be cut in half.
While Anzac Day commemorations in the district will be markedly different this year due to Covid-19 regulations, families across the region have been showing the Kiwi spirit to demonstrate...
A man who was the subject of a helicopter search and police armed offenders squad callout in Te Anau this week has been remanded in custody until his next appearance.
Although she does not have time to be interviewed, "Nurse Jenny" McGee, of Invercargill, has been moved by the messages she has received from New Zealanders.
Doubtful Sound tourism operators were "super excited" yesterday when they were granted permission to check vessels moored at Deep Cove.
The preferred Southland Museum redevelopment will cost about $66 million and should result in the museum being reopened from 2023 to 2024, according to a report presented in 2019.
A former Southland woman who trained as a nurse in Dunedin didn’t tell her parents she was caring for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson — until he outed her.
Winton Primary School principal Steve Wadsworth and his family have gone viral with their rendition of You Can't Touch This.
An Invercargill lawyer was given clarification from Judge Bernadette Farnan on what pain really was.
As many overseas visitors planned their way back home before the Covid-19 shut down, one would be particularly missed in Southland. Her adoptive mum, Invercargill bureau chief Karen Pasco, reports.
It was a case of bubble, bubble, bail and trouble in the Invercargill District Court yesterday, when people who had been arrested overnight went before Judge Bernadette Farnan.