Southland's key landfill will make its case next week at a hearing focused on wanting to remove a cap on how much waste it can take.
Blair Vining would have been 41 yesterday. Instead of celebrating with him in person, his wife and children visited his grave to show him the newly granted building consents for the Southland Charity Hospital.
It was with a whoosh of flame into a balloon above that pupils at a rural school were able to view the frosty Southland landscape below them.
Southern youths enrolled in alternative education got together yesterday for a day of sports.
Predator control effectiveness, and how to achieve it, will be the topic of an upcoming public talk.
Moisturiser and sunscreen are Te Anau police constable Kris Dale’s best friends as he recovers from severe burns.
An Invercargill park’s duck pond has been cleaned for the first time in three decades.
Milford Sound’s air traffic services are set to stay after it was deemed its current level of service was needed for it to safely operate.
Winton Rotary volunteers put in hundreds of hours to get the track to Makarewa Falls marked and ready for the public.
A mixture of milk and mud covered a rural Southland road yesterday afternoon after a milk tanker crashed.
A mixture of milk and mud covered a rural Southland road this afternoon when a milk tanker crashed.
It was a meeting of mayors in Invercargill yesterday.
A person in a serious condition was flown by helicopter to Dunedin Hospital after a crash in Southland today.
A group of Southland men keen on giving back to their community have completed a trek from Invercargill to Christchurch and back in two days - in a tractor.
Southland residents will now have their say on proposed rates increases.
It would be "madness" if a Southland landfill was stopped from taking rubbish out of a historic dump site where waste was in danger of being washed into the sea, its general manager says.
Members of an Invercargill group offering men a place to talk and relax are making a move to a new, bigger, premises.
New Zealand’s Aluminium Smelter has announced it is storing thousands more tonnes of potentially hazardous waste material than it previously advised.
New Zealand's Aluminium Smelter has today said it is storing thousands more tonnes of potentially hazardous waste material than it previously advised.
Southland residents could be hit with possibly the steepest rates increase set by the regional council.