The family of a Southland man missing in the East China Sea are disappointed the New Zealand Government has turned its focus to recovering the boat’s voyage data recorder, not on saving their son’s...
The opening of the transitional museum in Invercargill has filled a two-year void in the city. ODT bureau chief Karen Pasco talks to those involved and discovers what's been going on behind the scenes.
A familiar mauri stone was installed at its new home yesterday at the new He Waka Tuia Art + Museum in Invercargill.
The family of a Southland man missing after an animal freighter capsized in the South China Sea say he is a "very capable and strong person" and remain hopeful he will be found despite the...
Three years ago, the Invercargill City Council introduced a smoke-free policy in the city’s central business district which discouraged smoking of cigarettes and vaping in the area.
It will never be known if a rat who was the main suspect in the murder of a tuatara at the Southland Museum and Art Gallery, was indeed the guilty party.
Environment Southland's (ES) deputy chair says he is relieved the investigation into a complaint about cows being fed in a riverbed on his property is over with no further enforcement action being...
The delay by animal welfare activists in reporting calves being born in boggy mud in Southland was "disappointing", the Ministry for Primary Industries says.
The ANZ Premiership final in Invercargill last night was an orchestrated exercise in separation and social distancing.
The victim who was stabbed during an armed robbery in Invercargill a fortnight ago has been discharged from hospital and was now recovering at home.
The man at the centre of the Mycoplasma bovis outbreak in Southland was discharged without conviction when he appeared in the Environment Court in Invercargill on a charge of using groundwater and...
Invercargill deputy mayor Toni Biddle is "OK" after being taken to Southland Hospital by ambulance on Thursday.
Deputy Mayor Toni Biddle was taken to hospital yesterday afternoon although the reason why is still unknown.
Total sales might be down $7.2million on the same quarter last year, but the ILT has still re-employed staff who were initially laid off as a result of Covid-19.
An out-of-court settlement has meant an ongoing dispute between a commercial property owner and the firm behind the Invercargill inner-city development has come to an end.