Invercargill’s new hydroslides are ready for the public.
Getting the Covid-19 vaccination just seemed like the most "sensible thing to do" for Vickery Court resident, 82-year-old Wilma Capil in Invercargill yesterday.
A full road closure through Roxburgh will begin on Sunday as work on a new culvert for Pumphouse Creek continues.
Southland's key landfill deserves support in its consent renewal attempt, an industry association says.
Thirty years after the violent death of her beloved daughter, Dawn Smith hopes her killer will stay behind bars for the rest of his life.
The theft of iron plates from a Kingston Flyer passenger carriage is frustrating the team restoring the vintage steam train.
A significant report on the trends of water quality in Otago’s rivers and lakes in the past two decades has proved difficult to understand, some regional councillors say.
Police are calling for the public to be on the lookout for "miscreants and losers" following recent car vandalism.
Balclutha residents say they are fed up with what they regard as police inaction over an alleged antisocial youth crime spree in the town.
The West Coast Regional Council has reviewed its safety plans after a council worker survived a close encounter with an old goldmining shaft.
After a year of it hanging over their heads, the owners of a rural South Otago pub reacted to news of a likely liquor licence renewal this week with a mixture of anger and relief.
A Queenstown man’s father had two unusual encounters with the late Duke of Edinburgh, the first playing a crucial part in the life of the future husband of the Queen.
A man who moved south in an attempt to leave a life of drugs and offending behind him, was sentenced to home detention in the Oamaru District Court yesterday.
The man who raped and murdered a South Otago teenager three decades ago will spend at least another two years behind bars.
Holiday rental website Bookabach has urged West Coast councils to "tread carefully" over new rules proposed in the Te Tai o Poutini Plan, a combined plan for Westland, Grey and Buller.
REVIEW: Carnivorous Plant Society are billed as playing psychedelic jazz, but that doesn’t cover quite what they do, while Silver Stone Wood Bone offered a beautiful way to start the day, writes Nigel Zega.
Vaccinating southerners against Covid-19 became easier yesterday after a change of policy about the temperature at which the Pfizer vaccine must be stored.