Southland farmer John Kennedy knows better than most the hardships faced by farmers.
A fire which gutted the former Ohai golf club rooms last night is being treated as suspicious.
The final evidence in the trial of a Southland pilot facing five charges relating to a helicopter crash in 2016 was heard in the Invercargill District Court yesterday.
A man who died as a result of a helicopter crash two years ago was ''totally fine'' and even ''joked'' with the pilot after the crash, a court has heard.
An Invercargill bodybuilder is trying to muscle out the competition in a challenge which has taken her out of the gym and into the kitchen.
Extensive seafloor mapping being undertaken in Fiordland from November will reveal never-before-seen areas, and maybe even a few unknown shipwrecks.
A pilot on trial for his role in a helicopter crash disagrees with a number of people who have given evidence, including a pathologist and the widow of the man killed in the crash.
The Invercargill City Council (ICC) will no longer gift Christmas presents to staff after spending more than $30,000 on Christmas gifts since January 2017.
Zuhayr Ai couldn't escape clouds of coloured chalk being thrown from all angles at Fernworth Primary School in Invercargill.
H&J Smith staff in Gore are "devastated" after being told they will lose their jobs from next month.
A career in game design has gone from being a ''fantasy'' to a viable option for students in the South.
A draft bylaw to triple the Stewart Island visitor levy has been met with opposition.
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.