It was a triple celebration for an Invercargill man yesterday.
The Southland region has a large and diverse variety of food producers and Invercargill residents will soon have a taste of it.
Planning is well under way with Gore and Southland mayors for a ‘‘farm-gate tour’’ of the deep South in early November to visit up to 25 small communities to boost vaccination rates.
The Fiordland Community Board will officially name a Te Anau park Fergus Square Park after a long debate on the issue.
A former member of Parliament battled snow, rain and magpies for a good cause.
Outdoor adventure store Torpedo7 will soon open the doors of its first store in Invercargill, generating 15 jobs in the region.
A Balclutha man found guilty of manslaughter after killing his wife on their belated honeymoon may be out of jail next year — only two years after ending his wife’s life.
A Balclutha man found guilty of manslaughter after killing his wife on their belated honeymoon could be out of jail next year after serving half his sentence.
Two Southland councils have turned down a plea to help fund New Zealand’s southernmost rescue helicopter operation.
The Invercargill City Council appears set to retain the status quo following a review of councillor numbers.
A 25-year-old man has been charged over the shooting of a 19-year-old man in Invercargill.
A Southland possum trapper unhappy with the Government’s Covid-19 response ended up in court after leaving several abusive messages for minister Chris Hipkins.
A Southland possum trapper unhappy with the Government’s Covid-19 response has admitted leaving abusive messages for minister Chris Hipkins and emergency services.
A 25-year-old man has been charged with the shooting of a 19-year-old man in Invercargill.
A Southland community board is helping make a new pump track in Balfour a reality following strong support from its community.
Invercargill Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt has suffered a setback in his legal fight against his council.
Under the pyramid building roof and among boxes and containers of art pieces, one of Invercargill’s oldest public sculptures lies waiting to be displayed again.
The Southland events industry is urging the Government to provide more clarity and develop a common-sense approach for entertainment venues.
Three people appeared in court today in relation to an incident in Invercargill in which a person was shot four times in the back.
A group of students is urging the Government to broaden eligibility for the recently announced fast-tracked 2021 resident visa.