There will be no confusion as to where the rest of the world stands from Bluff when amendments are soon made to the Stirling Point sign.
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Police have given a member of the public a warning in relation to breaching name suppression rules on social media.
Former prime minister Helen Clark is set to help Southland women in their pursuit for gender equality.
The Milford Road has reopened after being closed due to the risk of an avalanche.
A lack of concern for the environment from ''corporate farm owners'' in Southland and Otago is of ''huge concern'' to anglers and farmers alike, the New Zealand Federation of Freshwater Anglers says.
Invercargill police are searching for a man in relation to an arson which occurred on Tay St on Thursday morning.
Invercargill has more reports of sexual assault than anywhere else in the South.
It was a mighty welcome home for gold medal-winning cyclist Corbin Strong at Invercargill Airport yesterday.
When the cats are away, the chinchillas will stay.
Fire crews were called to the Menzies Building in Invercargill this morning after reports of smoke coming from the roof.
The opening of Invercargill’s newest art gallery was a dream come true for one local artist.
More than 6000 Southland and Otago pupils embraced Maori and Pasifika culture in Invercargill this week for the Murihiku Maori and Pasifika Cultural Trust's Polyfest.
A crash has disrupted traffic in Invercargill this afternoon.
A new campaign launched by the Southern District Health Board will use familiar faces in a bid to change attitudes towards bowel cancer.
Residents of a small Southland community say they will ''actively petition'' against any bid to ban domestic cats from the area.
More than 60 years after losing their loved one, a Southland soldier’s family has finally been put at ease.
Aninitiative to connect people with employment and career pathways in Southland has helped to "future-proof" the region's labour market, Venture Southland chief executive Paul Casson said.
A spike in the numbers of inexperienced trampers risking their lives on Fiordland National Park routes is being attributed to the "Instagram effect".
Southern police are looking to take a multi-agency approach to preventing family violence in Otago and Southland.