Police are appealing for the public’s help following an aggravated robbery in Invercargill this week which left a man in hospital.
Invercargill's chief fire investigator is asking for "vigilance" following multiple suspicious fires in Southland in the past four months — the 28th blaze occurring yesterday morning.
An assessment of the affordability of Southern district rates has highlighted some areas where people are struggling, a Southland District Councillor says.
It has been a "lonely" 16 months since Bridget Speight’s partner was killed in a jet-boating accident on the Hollyford River. She tells ODT reporter Abbey Palmer she wants more awareness concerning the dangers of alcohol consumption when boating, and a culture change.
Winton Volunteer Fire Brigade are challenging firefighters across the country to donate to the Southland Charity Hospital via a unique message.
After losing a Pasifika youth to suicide in Invercargill last year, four local church ministers are on a mission to prevent such a thing happening again.
A $100,000 donation from an anonymous couple has taken the Southland Charity Hospital one step closer to its fundraising goal.
For the past few months, Invercargill’s Esk St has been a demolition site but at the weekend, hundreds of community members brought it back to life.
Progress is set to be made on "road maps" for some of Invercargill’s most anticipated infrastructure projects.
Some Invercargill Dee St business owners are living in fear of their safety following persistent “anti-social behaviour” in the area.
About 200g to 300g of methamphetamine is consumed in Invercargill each week - a total of up to 9000 ‘‘hits’’ in the city every seven days.
On the final day of the WasteNet contract, Invercargill City Council (ICC) and Southland DisAbility Enterprises (SdE) have agreed to enter an 18-month contract.
Southland firefighters did a "sterling job" of protecting parts of a Mataura house on the verge of being wiped out, fire investigator Mark Bredenbeck says.
Mataura fire crews are expecting to be at a Forth St property for “quite some time” after it became engulfed in flames early this morning.