The South Today bulletin: Friday, December 3
Christchurch City Council has revealed four preliminary design images for the long-awaited 30,000 seat Canterbury Multi-Use Arena.
A popular bakery in Lincoln, on the outskirts of Christchurch, has made a plea to customers not to upset staff if they don't have a vaccine passport and as a result, are refused service.
Hundreds of people gathered in silence at Christchurch's Bridge of Remembrance on Friday "to reclaim freedom for all New Zealanders".
A Dunedin Mongrel Mob member has been charged after being found with methamphetamine and LSD during a police sting.
There are 92 new community cases of Covid-19 in New Zealand today, only one of which is in the South Island.
The new leader of the National Party is questioning the government's call to put Auckland into the red setting under the traffic light system, as the city emerges from four months of lockdown today.
Lucky the six-year-old sheep thinks he’s a dog - and loves nothing more than putting on his lead for a brisk trot with his owner.
An emergency meeting has been called by Upper Hutt City Council after it was decided vaccine passes will not be required at council facilities such as swimming pools and libraries.
Dunedin’s housing market has missed out on the boom, and is heading into 2022 as New Zealand’s cheapest major metro for property.
People in Nelson are being urged to get a Covid test as the number of community cases grows - and the hunt for the source continues.
High-profile Covid-19 modeller and Canterbury Uni mathematician, Michael Plank, opens up about life in the spotlight, advising the government, disinformation and exploring the Southern Alps.
It has been mostly smooth sailing for Dunedin cafes on the first morning of the new traffic light system.
A seven-year-old motorbike rider was taken to Dunedin Hospital after a collision with a car south of Dunedin yesterday afternoon.
Police are praising the actions of bystanders who tried to stop an intoxicated man from driving in central Dunedin.
New South Wales has confirmed eight cases of the Omicron Covid-19 variant, including a child who is too young to be vaccinated.
The Department of Conservation is investigating the deaths of four Hector's dolphins in less than a month on South Island beaches.