The devastating effects of last week’s storm were made clear to the Prime Minister yesterday after the Civil Defence Minister visited Fiordland.
While some businesses in post-storm Fiordland have adapted to conditions, others have been less fortunate.
The potentially dangerous chemical stored in the former Mataura paper mill will not be moved quickly after a deal to move the dross was turned down.
The potentially dangerous chemical being stored in the former Mataura paper mill will not be moved any time soon after a deal to move the dross was turned down.
The future of Splash Palace in Invercargill is looking hydro-tastic after a Monday meeting at Invercargill City Council.
Access to Milford Sound via State Highway 94, the Milford Rd, for essential services should be available by the weekend.
West Coast-Tasman MP Damien O’Connor says the "no new mines" policy for conservation land has been parked before the general election in September.
Concern has been raised about four Invercargill sites storing the same potentially dangerous chemical that sparked fear during the recent storm in Southland.
The need to build a construction road to Milford is "urgent" as the area remains cut off from the rest of the world after the recent storm.
The hum of motorbikes is a sound residents of Invercargill have become accustomed to over the past five days of the Burt Munro Challenge.
The clean-up continues for residents affected by the recent flooding, a big helping hand being given to Southland’s farming community.
One of Invercargill’s main streets has been flooded today after a water main burst.
Children all around the globe celebrated International Lego Day yesterday, and Invercargill 5-year-old Mason Bekhuis did not miss out.
An Invercargill dance school has had success in the latest Asia Pacific Dance Association exams, three of its students gaining top marks.
It was a race against the tide yesterday morning as a vehicle removal truck was tasked with dragging a car out of an Invercargill estuary.
A partially submerged car in Invercargill’s New River Estuary is the subject of much interest today.
Concerns have been raised about proposed changes to whitebait fishing regulations and members of the public are being urged to have their say at upcoming public consultation meetings.
Wheels are turning for the Lumsden Heritage Trust whose project to retrieve two 1885 V Class steam locomotives that were submerged for nearly a century gains momentum.
A detour has been put in place after a two-vehicle collision in Riverton blocked both lanes at the Palmerston and Napier Sts.
Sheep shearers and woolhandlers of Southland and beyond gathered at the Winton A&P Show on Saturday to test their ovine shaving and sorting skills.