Te Anau children have got their teeth into a new project.
The Invercargill and Southland councils are set to review their local alcohol policies.
Sailors from across Southland descended on Bluff at the weekend for the annual Oyster Regatta.
Plans to refurbish Tuatapere's historic railway building have been welcomed by residents.
Growers from Southland shared their knowledge and the best products of their labour at the Riverton Heritage Harvest Festival.
The family of William Langlands are "overwhelmed" a new hotel in Invercargill will have their family name.
The company behind a $200 million inner-city Invercargill development plans to create a $20,000 fund to help businesses in the area during construction.
One of the country's largest private retailers, H&J Smith, has opposed a $200 million Invercargill inner-city development.
Downtown Invercargill may soon have one more hotel.
The Invercargill City Council yesterday approved its draft submission in relation to the Government proposal to merge all polytechnics.
The redevelopment of Invercargill CBD is a key priority to increase the number of jobs and attract people to Southland, a resource consent commission was told yesterday.
The demolition of historic buildings in Invercargill has raised concerns and a lot of questions from commissioners at a resource consent hearing.
A man found not guilty of manslaughter in Invercargill says he has no words to describe how he feels after the verdict.
The favourite teacher, the gathering at lunch-time and pranks such as sneaking away to smoke cigarettes were among the memories recalled by former St Patrick's pupils during the school's 75th...
New Zealand's sense of innocence was lost after the Christchurch terror attack on mosques, Invercargill Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt said.
Hundreds of people have gathered in Invercargill to mourn the victims of the Christchurch terror attack on mosques.
Three people were involved in a crash involving a rental sleeper van and a logging truck near Bluff yesterday.
Three people escaped injury after crash involving a rental sleeper van and a logging truck near Bluff this afternoon.
She may only be 7 years old, but Ayanna Booker says planting trees is not a new activity for her.
Southern Institute of Technology chief executive Penny Simmonds is overwhelmed with the support from Invercargill community.