Construction of the Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) Creative Centre has been delayed by the latest Covid 19 lockdown but it is still on track for completion in time for next year’s intake.
A volunteer trust wants to create a multipurpose facility in south Invercargill to enhance the resilience and wellbeing of its youth community.
Resigning from the Miharo Murihiku Trust was one of the hardest decisions Pauline Smith has had to make in her career.
More than 200 Stewart Island residents were vaccinated against Covid-19 last week.
Stewart Island’s popular trail run has been cancelled again this year because of uncertainties around Covid-19.
Invercargill's deputy mayor says the stress and huge workload of his job have made him think about resigning, as recently as this week.
The author of a report on the Invercargill City Council wants people to move on from focusing on Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt, but some councillors did not seem to get the message yesterday.
Stewart Island tourism operators are open to debate over a possible increase to the island’s visitor levy but fear it could put extra pressure on tourists and affect businesses on the island.
The Invercargill City Council lost more than $11,000 in the first 15 weeks of its new $3.2million hydroslides.
A Southland recycling company will invest $1.5 million in a new plant with the aim to sort the region’s problem with bale wrap while generating potentially 20 new jobs.
Organisers of the Murihiku Polyfest have their fingers crossed the event can go ahead if the alert level drops for the region.
Invercargill's deputy mayor wants his council to withdraw from the Government’s Three Waters reforms until it can obtain community input.
An Invercargill man has been sentenced to home detention for a series of dishonesty crimes around Otago and Southland.
Southland district councillors want to have a closer look at their urban development capacity following the increased pressures for housing across the district.
Southland foodbanks’ staff are ‘‘flat out’’ coping with the increasing demand in parcels because of the Covid-19 lockdown.
The Invercargill City Council has approved a $10,000 independent review of its electronic policies and procedures following an incident with Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt’s email.
A follow-up report to one that slammed the Invercargill City Council may not see the light of day for a while.
Invercargill City Council approved $10,000 to undertake an independent review of its electronic policies and procedures following an incident with mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt’s email.
An Invercargill developer estimates it is costing the city’s multimillion-dollar CBD redevelopment project about $20,000 a day because of the Covid-19 lockdown.
The Southern Institute of Technology’s chief financial officer is not foreseeing a “huge drop” in enrolments at the institution due to the recent Covid-19 lockdown.