The colours and flavours of Mexico filled the Southern Institute of Technology at the weekend.
Southland District Council will have a closer look at its community housing activities after a report said its best option was for the council to simply shut the scheme down.
Model train enthusiast Rob Read always wanted his own display when he was a child.
National candidate Penny Simmonds is ahead with 100% of the vote counted in Invercargill but the race is so tight she is not ready to declare victory until the specials are counted.
Questions about Sir Tim’s performance appear to have dented his once commanding popularity among the people.
A Southland Covid sufferer breached lockdown by licking his fingers and wiping them down his workplace reception window on the day he was cleared of the disease.
An Invercargill city councillor believes "the tide is turning" against Sir Tim Shadbolt among the city’s residents.
Invercargill's departing deputy mayor says Sir Tim Shadbolt had tears in his eyes as he told her he envied her decision to quit.
A couple injured in an explosion at an Invercargill house have pleaded not guilty to the drug offence they face.
The man shoulder-tapped to be Invercargill’s new deputy mayor says it is no secret Sir Tim Shadbolt is "slowing down", but voters knew that when they elected him.
An Invercargill woman who suffered a miscarriage says she feels guilty, even though she knows she could not have done anything else to save her baby.
The foster family of a dog which was found with an arrow through its head is eagerly awaiting the outcome of a police investigation.
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.