An Oamaru man was knocked unconscious in front of his children in an unprovoked attack at the weekend.
A Southland farmer has had part of his penalty cancelled after a dirty dairying incident five years ago.
After two days creating a mural in Oamaru’s town centre, artists (from left) Dave Kingan, Al Bell, Philina den Dulk, Matthew Wicks and Luzette Crossan are ready for the next challenge.
As debate continues on whether public-facing roles should require mandatory vaccination, Southland councils have provided insight on where they stand.
After a 10-month hiatus, Thomas, the Cromwell Lions Club’s beloved ride-on train, has been nursed back to health.
A scientific water quality monitoring buoy due to have been installed on Lake Wanaka last month could be delayed by up to six months due to the Covid-19 crisis.
Police have arrested four people after a vehicle was stolen and the driver was attacked at the weekend.
Paddlers from as far afield as Geraldine and Dunedin converged on the Motatapu River near Wanaka recently to experience rapids seldom navigated by kayakers.
Lynn Wood, of Wellington, lays out a word during a two-day Scrabble competition, hosted by the Dunedin Scrabble Club, which began in Queenstown on Saturday.
Initially armed with her mother’s Instamatic camera, award-winning Ranfurly photographer Janyne Fletcher has been photographing "stuff" since a young age.
Avid skiers Zoe Klaver (left) and Elly Gazzola make the most of the last day of skiing at The Remarkables skifield yesterday.
Environmental groups are setting their sights on an American billionaire’s plans to build a luxury lodge on the shores of Lake Wanaka.
The owner of the TSS Earnslaw is considering how to replace the historic steamship’s coal-fired boilers with an environmentally-friendly means of propulsion.
Outrage over rate rises and anger from some in the farming community is fuelling increasing aggression towards Otago Regional Council staff, the council chief says.
Nearly 10,000 doses of the Covid-19 vaccine were administered in the South on Super Saturday, the Southern District Health Board says.
Outdoor adventure store Torpedo7 will soon open the doors of its first store in Invercargill, generating 15 jobs in the region.