Invercargill city councillors will make a decision tomorrow on the proposed 35% increase for its rental units.
An oysterman who has been harvesting the delicacy for 43 years has seen many changes in the industry.
Hopes of finding missing Invercargill man Raymond Horn alive are diminishing, but police continue to do everything possible to find him, the Southland police say.
It was one small step for the Invercargill community, one giant leap for a 12-year-old school pupil in the city yesterday.
The risk of an intervention by the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) at the Invercargill City Council has been reduced to almost zero, an independent observer says.
The Southern Institute of Technology chairwoman is disputing claims from its former chief executive blaming the Government for the cancellation of a multimillion-dollar apartment project.
An Invercargill pensioner says she is very stressed because a proposed 35% rent increase for her council unit would exacerbate financial pressure.
A beneficiary advocate group believes Invercargill’s council failed to respect the dignity of council housing tenants and was insensitive with regard to its proposed 35% rental increase.
Weather may have meant the Burt Munro Challenge New Zealand Hill Climb was cancelled but it didn’t dampen the mood of participants who took shelter in Invercargill yesterday.
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) was fined $30,000 in the Invercargill District Court yesterday — the first time the government agency has been prosecuted in relation to the health and...
The Ministry for Primary Industries has been fined $30,000 in the Invercargill District Court - the first time the government agency has been prosecuted in relation to the health and safety of its contractors.
Emphasis on pest control mechanisms and the inclusion of several reserves are among key changes to a draft of the Invercargill City Council’s environmental reserves management plan due to be considered today.
The celebrations of Waitangi Day this year left people with a feeling of hope for the future of the partnership between Crown and iwi, a Ngai Tahu leader says.
A passenger was burned by water from a hot urn after a boat hit rocks while the skipper was away from the bridge, filleting fish.
An Invercargill sex worker blackmailed a former client, threatening she would expose him to his employer, friends and family if he did not pay her.