This past year has been filled with trials and tribulations for the Vining family, and Melissa Vining, wife of the late Blair Vining, says their journey is not at its end. Otago Daily Times...
Wet weather did not stop the annual Tuatapere Sports Day — now in its 110th year — from being held yesterday.
Tired arms and sore backs were in store for Southern Axemen’s Christmas Circuit competitors as the tour reached its midway point in Riverton yesterday.
Despite the rain threatening a second cancellation, the annual Curio Bay Big Dig was successfully held yesterday.
Fire crews were called to a Riverton house this afternoon after someone's Christmas lunch cooking went awry.
Despite the weather there was no dampening of the festive spirit at Christmas in the Park at Invercargill’s Queens Park on Saturday.
Following the drowning of a child earlier this year, the Southland District Council will today hear details from a site security review of its oxidation pond sites.
Police have swarmed an Invercargill park and are inspecting a car which crashed into a fence near a playground.
It is an ambition of many to travel the length of the country, but wild horse is not typically the transport of choice.
Residents concerned about the state of Pleasure Bay Lagoon and the potential impacts on human health are wanting to know what is leaching into the old landfill site.
Congratulations are in order for more than 500 graduates who took part in the Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) diploma, degree and postgraduate graduation ceremony yesterday in Invercargill.
It is a moot point; discussion about whether Southland has too many cows has been generated after Great South released the 2018 Southland greenhouse gas emission profile earlier this week.
Emergency services were called to the scene of a crash after a motorcycle hit a property in Invercargill yesterday afternoon.
More than 500 graduands will take part in the Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) diploma, degree and postgraduate graduation ceremony in Invercargill today.
Eleven years ago Laura Smith arrived in this country as a 12-year-old, wondering what her new life might hold.
Fisheries NZ has announced new squid fishing rules in the Auckland Islands. The subantarctic islands are profitable for the squid fishery, but also the main breeding ground of the vulnerable NZ sea lion. Laura Smith looks at the new rules.
More than $9000 has been raised for mental health awareness through the mullet-growing initiative Mullets for Mental Health.
’Twas the last day of spring when a crowd of about 20,000 merry-folk of Southland came together for the annual Santa Parade in Invercargill.
Hundreds of kilometres were walked around Invercargill’s Queens Park on Saturday for the Walk for Men’s Health initiative.
When a Doc operation went wrong 700km away from mainland New Zealand, a decision had to be made to leave a lost team member behind.