An Invercargill house in which a body was discovered is owned by a Russian woman with links to a man who lives at another cordoned-off property, the Otago Daily Times understands.
An Invercargill house where a body was discovered is owned by a Russian woman with links to a man who lives at another cordoned off property, the Otago Daily Times understands.
With more than 400 train rides in the first hour and a-half, Invercargill’s Great Little Train Show has hit a record in its 36th year.
After nine months of training, Ignacio Sande was most annoyed when he pulled a muscle in his back during training just a few days before the Maxis Projects 6+6 Adventure Race.
Mandeville resident John Tremaine (left) and Southland Zodiac and Zephyr vice-president Adrian Harris lined up their cars in the Ascot Park Hotel car park on Saturday for the Southern Connection car meet.
A decision on whether the Southland District Council will approve $50,000 for a business case on its community housing has been put on hold.
A debate about whether or not Te Anau Airport at Manapouri should be considered a strategic asset has caused a stir among Southland district councillors.
One person has been seriously injured in a workplace incident in Invercargill's CBD.
Despite cycling 100km in just over four hours, 88-year-old Peter Grandiek is already thinking about how he will beat his own record next year.
A Winton building owner has failed to comply with all the requirements of a notice to fix, despite being given a month to do so.
A mountain-biking trail set to boost the economy and attract riders of all abilities to Waikaia has been given the go-ahead.
Lawyers Head protrudes between Tomahawk and St Kilda beaches.
After nearly 20 hospital visits in a matter of months, Jayme Turton’s biggest fear was waking up from surgery and being told nothing was wrong with her.
A boat which sank following an on-board fire has been recovered from Milford Sound nearly a month after it went under.
Authorities are reviewing how they respond to large weather events following concerns raised by farmers over delayed warnings.
Farmers were not prepared for the weekend’s flooding, due to a lack of warning from authorities, a consultant who works with farmers says.
A Winton building owner has been given until midnight on Wednesday to make it safe for 24 residents to continue to live on-site.
Environmentalist and Bluff resident Noel Peterson, also known as The Green Wizard, visited South Alive on Saturday for the South Alive Spring Flower Show in Invercargill.
When asked how he would describe his Far North Flash cycling team, coach Phil Gibbs had one word — magic.
A wastewater scheme and a war memorial upgrade are among projects approved for funding by the Southland District Council (SDC).