An Invercargill man who reached speeds of up to 192kph while out riding on a public road was today sentenced to nine months home detention for the manslaughter of a fellow motorcyclist.
An Invercargill father called mental health services 40 times in the weeks before his son killed his stepson.
A man has been found not guilty by reason of insanity of killing his stepbrother in Invercargill in 2019.
A man charged with murdering and decapitating his flatmate before removing his own eyeball will find out tomorrow whether he is unfit to stand trial.
As far as William Langlands’ great-great-great-granddaughter is concerned, Murray Stott can "go and take a jump".
The newest board member of Invercargill’s licensing trust describes herself as "youth adjacent" and is excited she will bring a younger voice to the table.
Louise Evans has been elected as the newest member on the Invercargill Licensing Trust board, according to progress results released today.
Gore's new bridge is back in the hands of the Environment Court after the Waimea Plains Landscape Preservation Society lodged an appeal on Thursday.
Makarewa mother and legal executive Ginia McGearty thought yesterday’s ceremony to be sworn in as a justice of the peace would be a quiet affair.
Seven Southland men answered the call to take on one of Australia’s biggest battles — the New South Wales bushfires, dubbed Black Summer, which raged throughout the state in 2019 and 2020.
The Invercargill man who caused the death of Dr Giovan Vincent Anthony De Croos admitted his guilt in the Invercargill District Court yesterday.
A man who caused the death of a respected doctor in a drink-driving incident has admitted his guilt in the Invercargill District Court today.
A Riversdale farmer is offering $1000 as a reward in the hope the culprits who slaughtered two pigs at his farm in the middle of the night last week can be caught.
A "fundamental" error by a duty solicitor and judge has resulted in a man who flouted Covid-19 lockdown rules in the South having his conviction quashed.
A man who flouted Covid-19 lockdown rules in the southern region has had his conviction quashed after a fundamental error was made by a duty solicitor and judge.
All Black legend Sir John Kirwan was so nervous about the 250km bike ride he completed yesterday he didn’t sleep the night before.
A decision to redistribute $2million of the Southland District Council’s strategic asset reserve will mean a more even rates increase for the region’s ratepayers.
A date has been set for the showdown between Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt and Invercargill City Council in the Invercargill court next year.
A person died in a rockfall accident while working in the Fiordland National Park, near Manapouri, on Tuesday.