Police say the search for two fishermen who went missing off rocks at Slope Point in Southland last month is ‘‘winding down’’.
Six closed bridges in Southland will remain out of use due to safety concerns.
The son of Burt Munro says the support for the annual challenge honouring his father continues to amaze him and his family.
A private birthday celebration three years ago has turned into one of Southland's most exciting and original music and arts festivals.
Riverton artist Wayne Hill has taken the opportunity to showcase his unique style once again in an exhibition which has already taken the community by storm.
When Russell Crowe decided to auction personal belongings to help fund his divorce, few would have guessed it would lead to Invercargill hosting some of the special items in the history of NZ cricket.
Motoring enthusiasts were served up a treat on Saturday as more than 300 cars took centre stage in Invercargill to help raise funds for a new ambulance station.
Movie night in 2019 for many means sitting home on the couch connecting to Netflix. But in Invercargill, the age-old tradition of a trip to the local video store is seemingly still a popular option.
Emergency services were called to a crash in the Invercargill suburb of Appleby following a collision between three vehicles today.
A planned Chinese garden, which was put on hold last month, will be back on the council agenda today at the first Invercargill City Council (ICC) meeting of 2019.
Record numbers of people in Southland in 2018 have become citizens. The 10% increase in new citizens in the region is bucking the national trend of declining numbers. Ben Waterworth...
The first direct flight between Auckland and Invercargill will take place in August.
A man believed to have been cycling near Arrowtown was taken to hospital with moderate injuries yesterday.
Direct flights between Invercargill and Auckland will begin in August, making it the first ever direct flight service between the two cities.
The crash site investigator who put the call out last week to find the families of three New Zealand World War 2 airmen has thanked everyone involved for helping track them down.
A full meeting of Gore Main School board next Monday will discuss the recruitment of a new principal.
The unveiling of a 33m high mural in Invercargill has been deferred due to inclement weather.
Rain did nothing to deter attendees at the 105th Winton A&P Show as thousands of revellers made the most of the entertainment and action at the Winton Racecourse on Saturday.
The Invercargill City Council says it is pleased with the number of dog owners applying for responsible dog owner (RDO) status.
The nephew of a New Zealand airman is "overwhelmed" after being told the site where his uncle died during World War 2 had been found.