The first Southern Institute of Technology Subsidiary Board meeting was held yesterday via videoconference, with directors learning the impact of Covid-19 on students’ learning.
Two lucky Fiordland children will be able to spend the rest of lockdown with a brand new set of Lego building block toys after winning a community drawing competition.
Weighing only one gram, Tiny Tim — a Te Kakahu skink — is living proof of a nationally critical species’ translocation success.
The owner of a Bluff restaurant at the centre of a Covid-19 cluster says the 70 wedding guests were from out of town, and all staff present now had to self-isolate.
A blackberry bush is not commonly grown in a chimney, but the unusual growing space was the cause of a chimney fire in the South recently.
A second Covid-19 case has been confirmed in Te Anau this morning by a local doctor, who says it is not due to community transmission, but linked to the World Hereford Conference.
Luca Moynihan is a 4-year-old boy from Invercargill who does not let cerebral palsy stop him doing the things he wants to do.
The Te Anau community have been advised of a confirmed Covid-19 case in the town by a local doctor this morning.
Invercargill residents will still be able to buy alcohol during lockdown as the city’s supply is managed within a licensing trust area.
As the country prepares to enter Alert Level 4, one Invercargill manufacturing company is asking to be able to work to produce in-demand hospital equipment.
RD Petroleum Lakeside Service Centre owner-operator Diane Holmes models the business’ home-made measure to ensure contactless transactions.
Stepping up in a time of crisis is a task Fiordlanders are used to, the region’s community board chairwoman says.
Powering on, Southland district councillors are set to decide their choice of contractor for the pre-development stage of the Stewart Island wind power project.
The parent of two students at Southland Boys' High School and Southland Girls' High School has tested positive with coronavirus.
The SDHB has listed possible contact locations in Invercargill after the southern city's first Covid-19 case was confirmed today.
The three councils that make up the joint WasteNet venture are expected to declare their position on the region’s controversial recycling contract tomorrow.
Two remembrance services are to be held in Invercargill tomorrow to mark the anniversary of last year’s terror attacks, but only one is open to the public.
Camaraderie between guardians and allies was evident at the 50th anniversary celebrations of the Save Manapouri Campaign yesterday.