A teary conditioning coach described the return of Southland Sharks player Alex Pledger to the basketball courts as a miracle.
The only South Island candidate in The Apprentice Aotearoa wants to show to the rest of New Zealand small-town people "have what it takes".
After a hiatus of a year, due to the Covid-19 outbreak, the ILT Kidzone festival has returned to Invercargill, at a new venue, for the school holidays.
It is time to heal the wounds and for the Invercargill City Council to face its obligations with iwi, Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt says.
Some people collect stamps, others coins, but an Auckland woman had a passion for collecting McDonald’s Happy Meal toys.
Invercargill city councillors will today discuss the establishment of mana whenua roles in council committees.
Bloodstains were noticed on some clothes and on motel room bedding where the body of a woman who was allegedly killed by her husband in Te Anau was found, a court has heard.
A man on trial for killing his wife during their belated honeymoon in Te Anau said he snapped and just wanted her to be quiet.
A man on trial for killing his wife during their belated honeymoon in Te Anau said he snapped and he just wanted her to be quiet.
Lights, colours and Maori culture filled the gardens of Queens Park in Invercargill to celebrate Matariki.
Invercargill Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt’s partner plays an unusually large role in the city’s affairs, a pair of council-appointed observers say.
A judge has described the theft of more than $12,000 by a former The Bachelor New Zealand contestant as self-indulgent.
A contestant of The Bachelor New Zealand was sentenced after she admitted stealing more than $12,000 from her employer and from a social organisation she was part of.
The Southland District Council will immediately start working on a "plan B" following an unexpected budget shortfall.
A governance group will be established to provide advice to the Invercargill City Council on reimagining the city’s closed museum.
An Invercargill officer who put a drunk woman in a headlock and pulled her to the ground will not face criminal charges, despite a independent investigation finding the use of force unjustified.
Police have decided to not charge an Invercargill officer who "lost his temper" and used unjustified force when dealing with an intoxicated woman.