Heritage NZ is willing to continue working with the trust running the Bluff Oyster Festival to come up with a solution for its historic building problem.
A programme to replace 193 bridges in Southland got a funding boost yesterday.
Invercargill ratepayers will end up having an increase of 1.2% in their rates if council commits to investing up to $30million in the inner-city block development.
Families of Southland disAbility Enterprises workers are overwhelmed by the support from the community after the company lost its recycling contract with WasteNet.
Invercargill tattooists may soon be overseen by the council as it moves to establish a bylaw to regulate the industry.
The Invercargill City Council is asking the community if it should invest up to $30million in the inner-city block development.
Stewart Island is on a mission to keep intact its accreditation as a Dark Sky Sanctuary. However, it will need help from residents and businesses in the area.
Fiordland Trails Trust is "extremely disappointed" after negotiations with Environment Southland failed in relation to a breach on the Lake 2 Lake trail.
The future of the Bluff Oyster Festival may be in doubt.
Invercargill City Council has declined a request from Bluff Oyster Festival Trust to demolish a historic hotel.
Southland children are being taught road safety rules during National Road Safety Week.
The discovery of more invasive Undaria plants in the waters of Fiordland has been described as disappointing by Environment Southland.
After years of being bullied and suffering from low self-esteem, a young Invercargill woman is determined to have her life back.
Environment Southland is forecasting a deficit of almost $160,000 for the financial year, which is substantially less than originally predicted.
Labour weekend in Manapouri will have a splash of colour this year.
Here a quack, there a quack, everywhere a quack quack - but it is not always ducks making the quack.
The victim of an alleged assault near his Invercargill school has been left "angry and scared".
For some people, a childhood love of Lego has never died.
Te Anau Community Board chairwoman Rachel Cockburn has resigned from the board over ''personal matters''.
The debt of 11 of the Southern region's Housing New Zealand tenants wrongly evicted under a flawed meth testing regime may be wiped by the Government.