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The New Zealand food processing industry and consumers can gain ''win-win'' benefits, through using the right technologies to make food ''safer and healthier'', Marc Hendrickx says.
When Charles Innes, aka the Lindis Ranger, gave up rodeo several years ago he was keen to take up a sport in which he could still wear his cowboy boots and hat.
Te reo teacher Harlam Uchiha shows a group of young humanitarians, half of whom are former refugees, some Kiwi mannerisms yesterday.
When Nikita Gibson was young her family would joke their sluggish Fiat Bambina would be the car she finally got to drive. Now she is having the last laugh.
Get your daily dose of local news with the full The South Today news bulletin for Wednesday, July 18.
Queenstown Airport has announced plans to significantly expand its noise boundaries into residential areas.
South Canterbury residents have braved a cold Geraldine evening for the annual Lantern Walk.
Two Invercargill musicians are on a mission to put Invercargill on the map for touring bands.
The Minister of Finance was yesterday urged to move quickly to find solutions for some of the issues facing Queenstown.
Not just the amount, but the type of rubbish people leave lying around public places in Dunedin is surprising, an artist who wants to get people talking about trash says.
Well rested and itching for battle, Aaron Smith is like a cat on a hot tin roof.
Queenstown Airport has announced plans to significantly expand its noise boundaries into large residential areas and almost double the aircraft movements the present boundaries allow, by 2045.
US rapper Kendrick Lamar began his concert with a bang last night, a pyrotechnic explosion sending 16,000 fans crazy as he took to the stage.
Kendrick Lamar started his Dunedin show with a bang tonight, kicking off with a pyrotechnic explosIon that sent the 16,000 fans crazy.
Get your daily dose of local news with the full The South Today news bulletin for Tuesday, July 17.
There’s an element of mystery surrounding the latest exhibition at the Invercargill Public Art Gallery.
The day dawned bright for the latest edition of the annual Great Rangiora KidsFest Market on Tuesday.
A senior fire officer is praising members of the public who rallied to help at the scene of a fatal Dunedin crash yesterday, before emergency services arrived.
A new community hall looks to be on the way for Luggate, to replace the building that was closed last year after being deemed an earthquake risk.