A new apiary has been set up at Folster Gardens, where the benefit of resident bees is evident in the floral blooms.
A lack of tourist income into Fiordland has prompted the local community to seek survival methods ahead of what may prove to be a hard winter.
Weathered and ownerless, the renowned Te Anau takahe statue has been adopted by a newly formed group set on its restoration.
Jackie Hamilton, of Cromwell, takes her first swing as golfing women headed to Queens Park in Invercargill for the first day of the 101st Stead Cup.
Indoor bowls and archery were on the agenda for Southern members of Blind Low Vision NZ at yesterday’s have-a-go day in Invercargill.
Complete with distinctive peaks and fiords, a South Island Lego builder has created a to-scale map of Milford Sound.
With a focus on sustainability and profitability, a southern rock lobster industry leader says the work they have done this year has been vindicated.
The Fiordland business community will gather tomorrow to determine whether forming an association is needed following a year of flooding and pandemic impacts.
Growing food and the links between people will be the focus of Fiordland’s new community garden, its trust president says.
Alliance Group’s application to renew a series of consents, including its permit to release treated wastewater from its Mataura processing plant into the Mataura River, has drawn some opposition.
An Invercargill child is one of a handful around the world picked to illustrate Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling’s latest book, The Ickabog.
An attitude change among outdoors explorers is saving lives, a locator beacon company chairman says.
Another mediation date has been set as progress is made to remove a hazardous substance stockpiled in Mataura.
A 600-house Invercargill development would be the city’s biggest in 40 years, its project manager says.
Two public meetings are to be held this week for the community to hear Environment Southland’s plans for improving the region’s flood protection schemes.
Feeling the pinch from Covid-19 impacts, Milford Sound tourism operators have had concessionaire fees waived for a nine-month period.