A fire investigator has rubbished an explanation given for an Invercargill explosion which left two people badly burned.
Many properties were left without water after a burst main caused flooding in Bluff this morning.
Weather may hamper the salvage operation of a boat which is spilling oil into Milford Sound after it burned and sank yesterday.
Booms are in place to contain an oil slick following a fire on a boat in Milford Sound after an ex-fishing boat went on fire and partially sank this morning.
For one Southland couple the official opening of Invercargill’s transitional museum and art gallery was all about being able to share Southland’s heritage and whakapapa.
"A different year" in which "several things went a bit wrong" resulted in alcohol licensing costs more than doubling, a Southland District Council manager says.
An explosion and fire at an Invercargill house, in which two people were seriously injured, has been ruled out as suspicious.
Three people were injured when an explosion tore through a south Invercargill kitchen yesterday.
A surge in wet wipes used for sanitising during Covid-19 is causing blockages for Riverton’s wastewater system.
ILT chief executive Chris Ramsay (left), Leighs Construction senior project manager Paul Brailey, Leighs Construction site manager Phil Pasco and ILT chairman Alan Dennis take in the view from the...
Alarms were raised at the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter on Thursday night after embers were seen coming from a chimney.
Police have released the names of the father and baby daughter killed in a four-vehicle crash near Invercargill on Wednesday.
Two community assets identified as being in need of a revamp have been given a financial bolster.
Southland District Council’s chief executive Steve Ruru has dismissed a challenge to his performance and competence at a public meeting.
Southland Hospital was partially evacuated following a sprinkler alarm activation this morning.
As long as the dog can pull, it can race.
Consistency is key for Southland-Otago U19 badminton winner Shevin Shedden.
It was a "fairly unique event" as Southlanders gathered at Lochiel’s Forest Hill Cemetery on Saturday to commemorate 100 years since the first interment.
An increase in mental illness, financial stress and substance abuse means Southland police spend a significant amount of their time dealing with family harm callouts. Abbey Palmer talks...
The commercialisation of Stewart Island’s ferry is hindering the only "life-link" between the island and the mainland, says a Stewart Island businessman.