A governance group will be established to provide advice to the Invercargill City Council on reimagining the city’s closed museum.
An Invercargill officer who put a drunk woman in a headlock and pulled her to the ground will not face criminal charges, despite a independent investigation finding the use of force unjustified.
Police have decided to not charge an Invercargill officer who "lost his temper" and used unjustified force when dealing with an intoxicated woman.
The Covid-19 pandemic has not affected a major retailer’s plans to open in Invercargill.
Two Southland St John ambulance teams have been given the keys to a low-carbon future.
Southland stakeholders gathered yesterday to brainstorm about the future of the region’s economy, to make it more resilient after Tiwai’s closure.
Better be safe than sorry.
A group of Southland district councillors worry a new region-wide plan could mean smaller communities lose their sport and recreation facilities.
The Southland District Council has asked for more than $3million from the Government’s tourism package to help hard-hit regions.
Constraints in the construction market are set to hit the Invercargill City Council’s infrastructure plan delaying key projects.
Just two months after the $3.2million hydroslides were opened, Invercargill’s Splash Palace has had an increase in usage of 35%.
Jacabeth Bartlett-McBride (left) helps Mia Atkinson (both 15) make her first lantern which will be used as part of Invercargill’s Matariki celebrations next month.
A group of Invercargill council housing tenants want to have a stronger, united and more effective voice, as the city council plans to raise the rent of its units by 35% over the next two years.
They started on the same day at school but it was another seven years before their relationship became serious.
A million-dollar shortfall in funding for the Southland District Council’s roading and bridges programme will not result in an immediate rates increase.
A man who stole a police car and two handguns, sparking a two-day manhunt across Southland has had his bid for a reduced sentence rejected.
Literature lovers were out in force looking to bag a bargain at the Rotary Club of Invercargill’s book sale at the weekend.
The trial of a temporary cycleway in the Invercargill CBD ended yesterday.
The stars and the Maori culture were the inspiration for a group of Invercargill residents who painted a mural to be exhibited during the Matariki celebrations.
The Invercargill City Council hopes to complete work on the Invercargill-Bluff walking and cycling track by the end of the year.