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 Government’s Covid-19 financial help package was welcomed across the district yesterday.
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.
It has been 50 years since the Save Manapouri Campaign succeeded in preventing what would have been a severe environmental impact on the Fiordland National Park. Laura Smith touched base...
A government proposal to protect native species could cost Southland district residents $9 million - and that would fund just one stage.
With the deadline for submissions on proposed changes to the whitebait fishery looming, Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage is urging people to have their say while they have the opportunity.
Labour Party MP Liz Craig has been selected by the party to contest the Invercargill electorate at the 2020 general election.
Southlanders affected by the recent severe weather have experienced first-hand the intensifying effects of climate change, a leading climate scientist says.
Jesse Leigh gets a thrill from racing down a hill in his trolley — so much so his family travelled to Invercargill from Christchurch to attend the South Alive Trolley Derby yesterday.
With less than an hour until the council-imposed resignation deadline passed, Ken Cochrane yesterday expressed his intention to remain as a Southland Fish & Game councillor.
A Southland Fish and Game councillor has refused to resign his post after the move was requested following ‘'sexist'’ comments he made at a meeting last week.
Flurries of black and yellow pests can be seen on Southland properties as the wasp season starts.
Several southern sustainability leaders have been announced as finalists in the Seafood Sustainability Awards.
The Southland Fish & Game councillor who made "patronising, sexist remarks" at a public meeting has been has been asked to resign by his colleagues.