Three Southland teachers left their classrooms for a week to take part in a "hands on" immersive experience at the Royal New Zealand Air Force.
A plan to revitalise the centre of Invercargill was endorsed unanimously by city councillors yesterday but some parts will be revisited, following opposition from disgruntled stakeholders.
A man charged with the murder of another man in Invercargill is to go on trial in May.
It took only one hour for this year’s Bluff Oyster and Food Festival tickets to sell out - an indication more space is needed for the event, organisers say.
A touchstone, which recognises the increasing diversity in the Southland community and the common needs that "tie us all together", was given to Invercargill city yesterday.
Parking reduction and a proposal to transform one of the main streets in Invercargill into a single lane were the biggest concerns about the inner-city master plan.
The co-worker of a man who breached the Covid-19 lockdown says she was not angry with him, but disappointed he put everyone at work at risk.
A Southland man has been fined after he breached the Covid-19 lockdown and licked his fingers and wiped them down at his workplace reception window.
Voting in the Invercargill City Council by-election started this week with nine candidates vying for a seat at the table.
A man who joked he had a bomb in his bag has landed himself in court and has been blacklisted from Air New Zealand flights.
An Invercargill city councillor thinks the council should consider having two fewer representatives around the table.
A man is blacklisted from Air New Zealand flights and is banned from Invercargill Airport after he joked he had a bomb in his bag before he was set to depart.
Invercargill City Council is focusing on rebuilding its reputation, the trust of its community and delivering important projects. ODT reporter Luisa Girao sits with CEO Clare Hadley to talk about criticism and look back on the challenges of 2020.
"It would be silly not to think this would be one of the hardest parts of the process," an Invercargill observer says about the council’s internal relationships.
If a proposed rent increase for council units goes ahead, rates would still be cheaper than the market, a council manager says.
An Invercargill pensioner is "on the edge" after learning rent for his council unit could skyrocket by 35%.
Two Southland sports group presidents are urging the Invercargill City Council (ICC) to sort safety issues at the Surrey Park grandstand, following its demotion to non-priority status.
An Invercargill man caught with almost a kilogram of marijuana at his home told police he "enjoyed working with plants" and the extra income was a "bonus."
Organisers of the Bluff Oyster and Food Festival expect to sell all the tickets for this year’s event in record time.
The "stunning" weather played a big part in the success of the Winton A&P show at the weekend, the association president says.