The final days of Blair Vining's petition for better cancer care in New Zealand are over.
At times heated, yesterday's public meeting between seafood company Sanford's workers and Sanford representatives provided some answers to questions raised.
Environment Southland has voted against joining other New Zealand councils in declaring a climate emergency.
Environment Southland has today voted against declaring a climate emergency.
Yesterday the Winton Library opened its doors at its more permanent temporary home.
Great South - a new name and a new look for what was previously known as Venture Southland.
''Shaken but OK''.
Two teenagers have been charged after more than $17,000 worth of tobacco was stolen from dairies in Invercargill last month.
It has been an eventful 24 hours for Southland's Vining family, with the daughter of a sick man receiving a response from the Prime Minister on the call for better cancer care.
After nearly a month, the search for a missing man on Lake Hauroko, in Fiordland National Park, has been suspended indefinitely, police say.
The search for a man missing on Lake Hauroko in Fiordland National Park has been suspended indefinitely, police say.
People in Invercargill were invited to a public meeting last night to hear about an Environment Southland (ES) councillor's proposal to declare a climate emergency.
A heartwarming letter to the Prime Minister from a sick Southlander's daughter asking for better cancer care has not yet received a reply.
A decision between Southland disAbility Enterprises and WasteNet has been made: SdE will keep the recycling contract for a further year.
A decision has been made on a controversial recycling contract which divided Invercargill councillors.
Environment Southland councillors will soon vote on whether to declare a climate emergency.
Winton Kindergarten's nature-based approach to learning has earned it a spot in the finals of the 2019 Prime Minister's Education Excellence Awards.
Sparkly swimsuits and choreographed routines entertained an audience of family and friends at the South Island Artistic Swimming Championships, held on Saturday in Invercargill.
Slippery, soggy and somewhat damp - these are all examples of how you could describe yesterday's rubbish cleanup event along the banks of the Waihopai River in Invercargill.
An Environment Court hearing looking into water quality continued yesterday in Invercargill as appeals on the proposed Southland water and land plan progressed.