As part of the Fiordland community response to Covid-19, two meetings will be held this week in Te Anau for residents to learn and share ideas about what the future could look like.
Southland's transitional art and museum space — He Waka Tuia Art + Museum — is only months away from opening, two years after the museum shut to the public.
The 85th anniversary celebrations of a Te Anau-based yacht included more than 600 people enjoying a free cruise over the weekend.
Eighty-seven people will be made redundant by Invercargill licensing trust ILT in the first wave of job losses expected at several southern licensing trusts.
One Invercargill 4-year-old has been given the gift of independence after fundraising and donations enabled his family to buy a specialist bike for him.
Police continue to hold "grave concerns" for missing Southland man Dale Watene, and an intensive search of forestry land is planned for this Saturday.
On what would have been Blair Vining’s 40th birthday, concept plans of his Southland Charity Hospital have been revealed.
The Otatara community is to benefit after $90,000 was left in the will of a resident, which will go towards the development of nearby Fosbender Park.
Invercargill city councillors have given the nod to five ‘‘shovel-ready’’ projects totalling more than $100million to stimulate the economy.
Further talks between the Invercargill City Council and the Public Service Association will be held today as they seek a truce over the issue of paying employees during Alert Level 3 restrictions.
A resolution has been made following a meeting between the PSA and the Invercargill City Council regarding a planned reduction of pay for ICC employees unable to work fulltime during Alert Level 3.
Five "shovel-ready" Invercargill City Council projects were endorsed by councillors yesterday that asked for $107.25 million from the Crown Infrastructure Partners.
Awarua Whanau Services chief executive Mata Cherrington was one of about 120 people swabbed at the Covid-19 testing site at Te Rau Aroha marae in Bluff yesterday.
Invercargill city councillors yesterday agreed to increase rates by 2% for the next year starting July.
Discussions between the Public Service Association and the Invercargill City Council will continue today regarding the planned reduction of pay for ICC employees unable to work fulltime...
Invercargill ratepayers financially impacted by Covid-19 would be given an opportunity to postpone rate payments — but it will cost them.
A petition signed by nearly 4000 people calling for the removal of a hazardous substance stored in Mataura to be given priority will be delivered to Parliament today.