The owners of a Mossburn farm planning to take over a neighbouring property are seeking approval to build an accessway through a high-value wetland.
Cosy Nook’s public toilet exists no more after being the target of a suspected arson attack.
An Invercargill man accused of thumbing his nose at authority will need to pay the council to clear his debris-ridden suburban property.
After more than a year of uncertainty about Invercargill Airport’s air traffic control services, its chief executive is looking to the future now it has been announced they will remain.
A Fiordland tourism operator is fighting the rejection of his consent application to make permanent its allowance for day trips in Doubtful Sound.
Two people have been seriously hurt in a crash near Invercargill this afternoon.
Unsuspecting volunteers at a small Southland museum have spent about 40 years working around a possibly explosive substance.
A century old bottle of antiseptic is believed to be the substance of concern found at a Southland museum.
A central Invercargill street was temporarily closed today after a two-vehicle crash.
Four people have been injured - two seriously - after a car left the road near Invercargill.
The community’s voice has been heard in the naming of a Te Anau park, and a decision made for it to be called Fergus Square Park.
Southland school children came together yesterday to share with Waste Free Wanda (pictured) the findings of their microplastic data collection from their local rivers and streams.
Stepping out of their comfort zone and soon to be stepping in time, this year’s Rocking With The Stars contestants have been announced.
Fire crews were kept busy in Southland yesterday morning attending a hedge fire in Invercargill (pictured) and another in Lochiel, north of the city.
The successful installation of a solar power system at a Stewart Island school is helping the community switch from diesel.
The skeletons of buildings are gradually taking form in Invercargill’s inner-city development.
Winter grazing in Southland is once again in the spotlight, following social media posts from an environmental activist.
"I never thought when I came on to this council I would support a 20% rise."
Southland's regional councillors will gather this week to consider submissions to their long-term plan.
Fionna Burgess is bonkers for bonsai.