Invercargill Deputy Mayor Toni Biddle has resigned, leaving a major hole to be filled amid a government probe into the council.
"We don’t want to break the law. We don’t want to destroy the environment. We just want to be farmers doing what we do best.”
Debris which is believed to be from the capsized Gulf Livestock 1 ship has sparked hope for the family of a missing Southland man.
Invercargill resident Beverly Sherman knows she is one of the lucky ones.
The "iconic" Invercargill Anderson House building is set to be reopened to the public following six years of frustration in the community.
A former All Black, Highlanders and Southland halfback was caught drink-driving after being seen by a witness crossing the centre line at least 15 times in Queenstown.
It has been closed for six years, but the historic Anderson House will soon be back on the Invercargill City Council’s agenda.
One part challenge, two parts fun equals an adventurous school holiday.
Invercargill's Chinese community was one of the first in the world to celebrate the 71st anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China due to NZ's proximity to the international dateline.
If Tiwai Point aluminium smelter shuts its doors, hundreds of highly-skilled workers over 50 could flood the job market, employment experts say.
Bluff's children travelled around the world yesterday as part of a school holiday programme.
Invercargill city councillors were updated on the council’s financial position yesterday in the light of annual plan preparation.
The only commercial floatplane in the South Island will finally have a "mate" down under.
Eli Taia (3) celebrates the Southland Stags’ 11-10 victory against North Harbour in a Mitre 10 Cup match at Rugby Park in Invercargill with the Stags’ mascot, Steve-O, on Saturday.
With the country in the middle of a global pandemic, a small drop in sales could be seen as a positive, the chief executive of the Invercargill Licensing Trust says.
Self-evaluation will not fix the problems within the Invercargill City Council, a prominent Southland business leader says.
The Southland Chamber of Commerce and local business community are echoing the DIA's concerns over the Invercargill City Council's performance and leadership.
Southland's town crier is leaving for love.
The manager of the new museum and art space in Invercargill is thrilled with the public’s response.
A couple involved in an explosion at an Invercargill house, which seriously injured two people, have been charged with drug offences.