Neath vibrant fields of colour lie van Eeden Tulips’ treasured produce — bulbs.
A proposal to ban the trade of extinct animal remains has been in consultation since it was announced last year. Otago Daily Times reporter Laura Smith took a look at what such a ban might mean...
As debate continues on whether public-facing roles should require mandatory vaccination, Southland councils have provided insight on where they stand.
The man in charge of the group developing the Milford Opportunities project says it is working to address concerns about the information it used when recom mending the Milford airstrip be...
The company in charge of the Tiwai Point smelter, which is set to close in 2024, has acknowledged it could have done better in the past and yesterday made public its initial plan for remediation of...
South Port has changed the way it trains staff after an incident in Bluff Harbour in which three vessels were damaged.
A ship crew's lack common understanding and situational awareness were among reasons why it made contact with the Bluff seabed in 2018, an investigation has found.
For half a century, young southern horse riders have come together for the Springston Trophy, this year held in Central Southland.
When Alex de Boer set up an electric vehicle shop in Invercargill a few years ago, he had a vision of changing southern attitudes towards the technology.
The fire-damaged boiler house at Alliance Group’s Lorneville plant is in the process of returning to normal.
While anxiety and cost are factors why Southlanders don't want electric vehicles, a study shows the Government's Clean Car Subsidy made them even less likely to buy one.
A Southland aquaculture agreement signed yesterday has highlighted a changed relationship between iwi and the Crown.
Ngāi Tahu has this morning welcomed the signing of a Southland aquaculture agreement with the Government - an action seven years in the making.
Work has stopped at a Southland meat processing plant after an early morning fire.
It was a race against time to retrieve a dead leopard seal from an Invercargill beach yesterday, the body being sent to a chiller for scientific research.
Thousands of submissions were filed on the latest changes for sustainable fisheries, which include cuts in catch limits for southern school shark fishers.
Concerns over the potential for contamination of a Southland school’s water supply have been raised in the one submission to a gold mine consent application.
Sue Peoples says being bitter will not bring back her beloved three-legged ‘‘fur baby’’.
Southland's vision impaired community is highlighting issues around pedestrian crossings requiring maintenance this International White Cane Safety Day.
An adventure industry veteran fears the adventure will be taken out of the industry should a new safety regime be introduced.