An Invercargill woman says time is running out to save "Mother Earth" and the potential expansion of a Southland coal mine will make things even worse.
An Invercargill man's attempt to break a world record for the world’s tallest train tower made of toy blocks has literally fallen to pieces this morning.
The lack of progress from the Invercargill City Council on three city facilities was a cause of frustration for submitters during a hearing yesterday.
An Invercargill councillor has urged council to be brave and says it is time for the council to talk about a proper relationship with the Maori community.
A spotlight shone on the Bluff community pool on the first day of Invercargill City Council’s long-term plan hearings yesterday.
A report recommends scrapping the idea of establishing a Maori ward for the Invercargill City Council.
An Invercargill man has pleaded not guilty to leaving the scene of a crash which killed a Southland doctor last year.
A life-changing event can either lead to a life filled with negativity or positivity.
Sir Tim Shadbolt is again considering calling in the lawyers to fight his own council.
When Brazilian national Alberto Costa left his home country for Invercargill 11 years ago, he never imagined he would become a duck-shooter.
The possible extension of a Southland coal mine already has support from some in the community.
The popular idiom states when the cat’s away, the mice will play — but in this case it should be when the ducks are out, the women will play.
The stars above Fiordland could soon be part of the second-largest protected area of dark sky in the world — a move welcomed by the area’s tourism industry.
The Invercargill City Council is investigating introducing electric buses and services on Sundays.
Several residents of an Invercargill retirement village were evacuated yesterday after a fire started in one of the units.
A sex offender will be under Corrections supervision for a decade because of his high risk of reoffending, following his release from Invercargill Prison next month.
Invercargill Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt is refusing to apologise for comments he made about a lack of training and support, comments which his fellow councillors say harm the city council’s reputation.
Invercargill Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt is refusing to apologise for comments made about a lack IT training and support, after councillors considered them harmful to the city council’s reputation.
More building consents are being issued in Invercargill than ever, making the city’s construction industry more efficient.
A learning centre to "showcase and inspire" the creation of technology and creative arts is set to open in Invercargill next year.