The South Today bulletin: Thursday, November 19
Common sense over the future of George St will not prevail until a new council is elected, a business group says.
From Southland to as far as the United States, thousands of speedway fanatics watched as nearly 100 drivers tore up the track at the ILT Foundation Riverside Speedway on Saturday.
The West Indies cricket team is relishing post-quarantine life in Queenstown as they prepare for two warm-up games in the resort.
After pounding the ground with a hammer to create mini earthquakes in Dunedin yesterday you could also try some old-fashioned panning for gold.
The women behind a Central Otago charity which supports people with disabilities were brought to tears in Queenstown after being announced winners of the inaugural Wakatipu Impact100 grant.
If it were not for the fact that Torin Stephens loves computer coding so much, he might be like any other 9-year-old who is oblivious to the 1980s Atari space-themed multi-directional shooter...
All roads led to the Hororata Domain on Saturday for the 10th annual Hororata Highland GamesThe event was first held in 2012 to help the small, rural community recover from the 2010 and 2011...
Wanaka Community Board chairman Barry Bruce says stage two of the lakefront development plan has received extensive community input
A celebrated Dunedin artist is puzzled and indignant at how one of his paintings ended up at auction in London, supposedly signed by the late Colin McCahon.
The Armistice Day service in Queens Gardens yesterday morning held special significance for retired staff sergeant Charlie Boyes (79), of Dunedin.