A Southland Stags player has pleaded guilty to a charge in relation to an incident in which a man had his jaw fractured.
The father of the Invercargill nurse who died following a crash late last year says the driver who caused the accident "gave his family a life sentence".
A 20-year-old man estimated to be driving at 121kmh in a 50kmh zone when he crashed, killing an Invercargill nurse, has been jailed for nearly five years.
A Wanaka dairy farm company has been fined $42,000 for unlawfully clearing indigenous vegetation from Hawea Flats.
It had never crossed his mind when he was a "humble contractor", that he would be re-elected for a ninth mayoral term in Invercargill, Sir Tim Shadbolt says.
While the majority of Invercargill city councillors are to return, three fresh faces may inspire fresh debate.
It is the beginning of the end for Gary Tong.
Stakeholders and Southern Institute Technology representatives challenged Ministry of Education officials about the benefits of polytechnic reform to Southland.
The progress results are in for the role of Southland District Council Mayor, and Gary Tong is back in the seat.
A dairy farmer accused of sexually assaulting a massage therapist student has been found guilty by a jury on five of the six charges he faced.
The Minister for Employment says the safety of the jobs at SIT cannot be guaranteed.
Built on the edge of pristine lakes and surrounded by World Heritage-status mountains, Te Anau is the "living heart of Fiordland".
Tourists driving into Milford Sound will need to spend a bit more money.
Stewart Island might double its population this weekend for the inaugural Rakiura Challenge trail run.
The curtain is falling on one of the last video stores in the South.
Two 14-year-old girls appeared before Judge Bernadette Farnan in the Invercargill Youth Court yesterday, in relation to an alleged assault of a young girl which was filmed and shared on social media.
Hundreds of Chinese people celebrated the 70th National Day of the People’s Republic of China yesterday in Invercargill.
Finance Minister Grant Robertson has hinted during a visit to Invercargill that Southland could get more funding.
In the event of an Alpine Fault earthquake, the tourism sector needs to step up and advocate for visitors to the region.
Ageing infrastructure and the increasing population in Southland are considered key challenges for the Southland District Council in the next term.