The South Today bulletin: Friday, May 20
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The final piece of the Waimate White Horse jigsaw puzzle is finally in place.
Construction has taken over from demolition at the new Dunedin Hospital site as workers watch the first pile being driven into place yesterday afternoon.
The South Today bulletin: Thursday, May 19
Destination Queenstown’s new chief executive says he plans to hit the ground running.
Gore Mayor Tracy Hicks says is it great the Government is investing in the town’s housing situation.
Otago Museum natural science curator Emma Burns admires the view on the museum's stairway, where two large goldfish have been put on display next to the existing sunfish.
Dunedin will celebrate the first official Matariki holiday with a multi-day light show.
The South Today bulletin: Wednesday, May 18
We are again asking people to vote to choose the name of the 14-tonne hammer commissioned to build the new Dunedin Hospital.
Heights don't bother David Murdoch. What does is the thought of a sudden stop at the bottom.
Start packing your moving boxes.
Low-income earners will benefit from a new state housing development in Gore.
Children will have many obstacles to overcome in their lives.
The South Today bulletin: Tuesday, May 17
Southern health workers took to the streets to demand better pay as they took part in a national 24-hour strike yesterday.
The South Today bulletin: Monday, May 16
The smell of barbecued food wafted out of Queenstown’s St Joseph’s School grounds in overcast weather as the school’s annual book fair got under way yesterday.
A Stewart Island man wants his fellow islanders to follow his lead on solar energy and go off the grid.
An astounding public effort, to deliver ongoing benefits for the Queenstown Lakes arts and cultural community, was officially celebrated yesterday.