Invercargill city councillors raised concerns about the possibility of Government forcing all councils to join its Three Waters reforms.
A group of Invercargill girls saw a business opportunity from an incident where one of them struggled to jump-start her car.
The Invercargill Licensing Trust recorded a surplus of more than $6 million last year - an unexpected but welcome surprise for the chief executive due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
An Invercargill school brought its own version of the Olympics to Southland yesterday.
With just under 500 days to go, the Invercargill city development has 65% spaces leased and a further 16% awaiting sign-off, the developer says.
A Southland oyster company is turning away customers after it reached its quota for the season — more than a month before it officially ends.
The improvement in engagement and attendance of elected members at Invercargill City Council meetings shows a commitment to sorting out its issues, a councillor says.
Peter Tait has lived on Stewart Island for more than 50 years and was one of the first in line to receive a first dose of the Covid vaccine in the country's souithernmost clinic.
After nearly nine months in jail following a manslaughter conviction, an Invercargill man walked free yesterday.
An Invercargill businessman has been blindsided by the Invercargill City Council’s plans to close the city’s CBD to vehicles for 14 months.
After nearly nine months in jail following a manslaughter conviction, an Invercargill man has walked free today.
John Fenton has been a model enthusiast since he was a boy.
Two external appointees who are helping Invercargill City Council to deal with its governance issues will cost ratepayers about half of the price originally budgeted.
About 68% of active port workers in Bluff and Port Chalmers have been fully vaccinated, the Ministry of Health says.
The mother of an Invercargill man found guilty of murder admits she took her son to a park on the night of his crime, but she did not notice any blood or injuries on him, a court has heard.
Blood and DNA likely to be from the man who murdered Azalia Wilson were found on the car of his mother, who is on trial accused of discarding possible evidence against her son, a court has heard.
A mother of a convicted murderer on trial for discarding possible evidence against her son allegedly admitted to two witnesses she had “got rid of some stuff”.
The mother of the murderer of Azalia Wilson was woken in the middle of the night of the crime with a request to babysit his daughter — and she did not think it was strange, a court has heard.
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".