A break-in at an Oamaru foodbank is particularly disappointing for its manager, who says the alleged perpetrator had been helped by the organisation in the past.
It is unclear how many firefighters in the South have refused to comply with the Government’s vaccine mandate.
A piece of Central Otago policing history has spent a large part of its 83 years almost as unsettled as its former occupants.
More than 80% of the eligible Pasifika population of Invercargill is fully vaccinated against Covid-19 after the city’s first drive-through vaccine clinic.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has confirmed the entire South Island would begin the new Covid-19 management ‘‘traffic light’’ system on December 3 at Orange.
Southern business owners remain mired in frustration and confusion about how the new orange traffic light setting will work in practice.
For the first time since at least the late 1980s, there will be no fireworks display to ring in the new year in Queenstown.
Queenstown's iFLY Indoor Skydiving was last night named winner of the Tourism Talent Employer of Choice Award at the Tourism Industry Association’s 2021 Tourism Awards.
One kilometre of fibreglass cloth, 175 sheets of marine ply, 900 litres of epoxy and 28 years of hard work — but the project remains incomplete. Stoney Bourke is getting old, and so is his waka.
It really says something about a community when people will come out in the rain and cold for tug-o-war.
While a lot of emphasis is placed on Auckland’s Pasifika population, because of its overall size, Oamaru’s is growing at a faster rate.
Two new safety videos released today aim to reduce the number of fatalities and search and rescue missions on two popular Queenstown Lakes walking tracks.
Queenstown and Wanaka's official New Year's Eve celebrations - traditionally the busiest weekend of the year - have been cancelled.
Neither drizzle nor the pandemic could dampen spirits at the South Otago A&P Show in Balclutha on Saturday.