Police have found the "vehicle of interest" they say was involved in a robbery of a van carrying cash in Invercargill this morning.
The Government's latest offer to secondary teachers was slammed as ''last minute, half-hearted, and disrespectful'' at a meeting in Invercargill yesterday.
Southland event organisers will be cracking down on excessive alcohol consumption over the holiday period.
Two people have been airlifted from a Fiordland National Park hut after sustaining injuries on the Dusky Track.
The secret to longevity does not exist, rather, it is the "the luck of the draw", says 100-year-old Southland man Tom Johnstone.
A Southern racing club official has lashed out at the TAB for its ''parasitical behaviour'' around promoting gambling.
A person was seriously injured when two cars crashed on State Highway 6 near Winton, in Southland, today.
Invercargill brewers are hoping to raise the bar for their craft beer festival, and a venue change is set for next year.
Every pair of shoes in Kevin Downie's extensive collection is laced with memories from his past.
A driver failed to give way at an intersection in Invercargill this morning, causing a two-car crash which sent one of the vehicles ploughing through a fence.
A 14-year-old Invercargill pupil has been remanded in custody after allegedly stabbing another pupil in Invercargill on Tuesday.
A World War 1 honour board being gifted to a Southland school is ''unlike any other'' in the region, researcher Ann Robbie says.
A 14-year-old boy has been remanded in custody after allegedly stabbing another pupil in the neck at a Southland secondary school.
One person was taken to Southland Hospital with serious injuries yesterday, after their vehicle crashed into a power pole, bringing down lines.
An arrest has reportedly been made following an alleged assault by one pupil on another at Southland high school this afternoon.
An injured person was trapped in their car for a time this afternoon after the vehicle went off a Southland highway and crashed into a power pole, bringing lines down.
The $5 levy imposed on visitors to Stewart Island has "more than covered" infrastructure costs on the island, Stewart Island-Rakiura Community Board chairman Jon Spraggon says.
A Southland fisherman paid a hefty price for the blue cod he was reeling in when his wallet fell overboard off the coast of Bluff. A lucky find, however, has reunited Ian Swain with his wallet ...
The decision to use a subsurface irrigation system to dispose of Te Anau's wastewater was the ''best outcome to be expected'', the Fiordland Sewerage Options group says.
A Fire and Emergency crew remained at the site of a fire yesterday - to keep an ''eye on the situation''.