A South Island mining company is seeking to renew extraction of gold from a Northern Southland area that has a long history with the prized mineral.
A bold plan to manage the number of tourists visiting Milford Sound has been criticised by Queenstown tourism operators and the cruise ship industry.
A delay in the construction of Riversdale wastewater infrastructure has required the Southland District Council to reapply for consent to discharge water into a stream.
After a spate of burglaries of Riverton whitebait huts, one owner believes the culprit could be behind previous thefts.
A chunk of Invercargill’s central business area will be closed to vehicles for more than a year, but the council’s chief executive believes those affected reluctantly accept the disruption.
Rob Smith was told he had maybe three years to live. That was eight years ago.
Fred Inder earned himself many titles in his life.
The man in charge of Southland’s largest landfill is pleased it no longer has a restriction on how much waste it can take.
Fast dancing, flashes of brilliant colour and plenty of food.
He might have just turned 100 but Eric Soper does not feel old.
Stewart Island/Rakiura is a place you can bump into kiwi crossing the road or hear the harsh call of a kaka flying above. Laura Smith visited the island to speak to one of the people fighting to tip the scales in favour of our native species.
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.
The owners of a Mossburn farm planning to take over a neighbouring property are seeking approval to build an accessway through a high-value wetland.
Cosy Nook’s public toilet exists no more after being the target of a suspected arson attack.
An Invercargill man accused of thumbing his nose at authority will need to pay the council to clear his debris-ridden suburban property.
After more than a year of uncertainty about Invercargill Airport’s air traffic control services, its chief executive is looking to the future now it has been announced they will remain.
A Fiordland tourism operator is fighting the rejection of his consent application to make permanent its allowance for day trips in Doubtful Sound.
Two people have been seriously hurt in a crash near Invercargill this afternoon.
Unsuspecting volunteers at a small Southland museum have spent about 40 years working around a possibly explosive substance.
A century old bottle of antiseptic is believed to be the substance of concern found at a Southland museum.