South Otago community leaders are denying claims of a racist subculture in the region, following allegations concerning a rifle club of which the alleged mosque gunman was a member.
Lawrence Information Centre may receive a stay of execution, if new funding recommendations are adopted by Clutha District Council.
Police have named the man who died in a crash near Palmerston yesterday after helping relatives affected by the Christchurch terror attacks.
Some Tapanui residents are unhappy with council plans to give roadside trees near their homes the chop.
Football authorities say player safety is being reviewed after a ''freak incident'' in which a goalkeeper's head hit a netting hook at the weekend.
A video clip of alleged bullying at Invercargill's Aurora College has come to light after it was posted to social media today.
Dunedin petrol prices may be about to come down as competition heats up in the city and across the South.
Police have been accused of targeting "everyday Kiwis'' during recent armed raids to seize firearms on rural South Island properties.
A recent fish survey has given further impetus to a project to assess and conserve Wanaka's urban waterways.
A $5.8million proposal for a new swimming pool and service centre in Milton remains afloat - but only just.
Balclutha could soon become a destination for young families after a "transformative" park upgrade was given a $250,000 kick-start.
When a West Otago heritage landmark was threatened with demolition last winter, it appeared the end might be in sight for the sadly down-at-heel edifice.
An annual plan proposal to upgrade Milton’s swimming pool has generated significant public interest during a recent submissions process.