Police want to determine whether there were any self-admissions to Southland Hospital following reports of three people fleeing from a crash on the Bluff Highway (SH1).
Despite patchy wet weather, hundreds of punters made their way to Riverton Racecourse to welcome in 2021.
Invercargill woman Mollie Metzger celebrated her 100th birthday in her own home yesterday, alongside sister-in-law Dorreen Metzger and other friends and family (standing, from left) caregiver Ivy...
The skill of sculptors shaped up splendidly despite less than clement weather at this year’s Curio Bay Big Dig.
From 80-year-old life members to young people trying their hand at owning a horse, everyone had a go at the Winton Racecourse on New Year’s Eve.
For 15-year-old wood-chopper Jack Richards, it is all about not trying to “run before you can crawl’’.
We conclude the Otago Daily Times’ five-part series to name the South’s 20 most inspiring people.
A Southland couple say "nothing has been done" despite them objecting twice in 12 years to having Patience Bay included in the urban rates zone.
A lack of submissions on funding for regional projects has been red-flagged by Southland councillors.
Despite being up against dancers from Hong Kong to Qatar, the world stage was no sweat for a group of Invercargill performers who have been dubbed top in the world.
The South was blasted with an unexpected cold snap yesterday and some areas woke to flurries of snow.
Snow is falling in parts of Southland this morning, as summer takes a break in the lower South Island.
Snow is falling in parts of the South this morning, in stark contrast to some high summer temperatures in recent days.
Cracks, overgrown roofs and empty buildings have prompted Winton Kindergarten youngsters to call for action.
A roading operations report has prompted a council committee to reconsider flood management systems to cope with more frequent surface flooding.
A commitment to maximise the benefit of events in Southland has been endorsed by district leaders.
Southland farmers are set to trade the paddock for the ocean following a push to take a break from the demands of the industry.
Members of the public helped remove a person from a vehicle after it crashed into a tree in Fiordland National Park today.
The gasps and cheers of children could be heard from the skies.
More people were hanging around Te Anau for longer following this year’s Kepler Challenge, tourism-reliant business owners say.