The South Today bulletin: Friday, September 18
National is promising a temporary "massive" tax cuts which it says will put $3000 in the back pocket of middle New Zealanders.
A South Dunedin building damaged by fire is safe, despite a large piece of roof narrowly missing a pedestrian after it came loose in high winds, the Dunedin City Council says.
Grant’s Braes School pupils Alex Thurston (9, left) and Johnny La Hood (9) show off their model of the Harbour Basin, created with green infrastructure and urban growth in mind, at the Otago...
Kiwi conservation projects are lining up for a $19.7million funding boost from the Jobs for Nature Fund.
After a rise in sales about the time of the lockdown, Dunedin oats manufacturer Harraways has found a way to give back to the community.
Aramoana artist Adrian Hall reflects on nature, climate change and the vantage point gained from living in a low-lying coastal community, Maureen Howard writes.
Leading into the second to last week for the SPL top-4 fixtures, Mosgiel AFC has another home game hosting Otago University AFC.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she is backing New Zealand's economy to "rebound" amid the country's first recession in 11 years.
Gale-force winds are expected to continue this morning after wreaking havoc across the southern region yesterday.
This week on the show we have Football Souths’ football development manager Danny Ledwith, and WPL Dunedin Technical AFC player Hannah Mackay-Wright.
Paul talks to the head coaches of Varsity and Taieri ahead of their clash in the Dunedin Premier Rugby final this weekend.