Three people have been injured in an incident at a campground near Lake Benmore in the South Island's Mackenzie Basin.
It's been 40 years since the first grapes were planted in the Gibbston valley. Phillip Chandler spoke to the man who started it all, Alan Brady, and Cass Marrett spoke to Valli winemaker Jen Parr about what the next 40 years might bring.
High note falls flat. That sums up how Oamaru band The Pills feel after the Smokefreerockquest national final was cancelled at the beginning of the month.
Residents of Queenstown’s ‘‘Old Frankton’’ subdivision who have been complaining about the stench of raw sewage for about three years are at last being listened to.
A new Covid-19 level system that could lead to restrictions easing in the South Island before the rest of the country has drawn cautious optimism.
Six Central Otago dairy farms will be sold for $61.4 million to an NZX-listed corporate farming company.
Queenstown accommodation providers have had their hopes of a ‘‘shot in the arm’’ before Christmas dashed after another major event was postponed until next year.
In years to come, Waitaki school pupils will be able to look back and say they helped make the Waitaki Event Centre a reality.
The Southland District Council ended the last financial year in a much better position than expected, a report stated.
GPs and pharmacists will join the push to reach the 6000 West Coast residents who have still not had a single Covid vaccine.
All three West Coast mayors are now fully vaccinated against Covid 19 and are urging their communities to follow suit.
Yet another Aucklander is alleged to have swapped lockdown life in Auckland for the vistas of the Southern Lakes.
A first-of-its-kind reunion looks set to go ahead in Lawrence this Labour Weekend, despite earlier anxieties about potential Covid-19 restrictions.
A giant pāua shell that is the pride of a small Southland town was destined for Trade Me before a concerned member of the community stepped in and saved the day.
A foreign national will be deported after being pulled over by police in a traffic stop in Central Otago on Monday.
Otago Fish & Game is asking the public for help after anglers’ signs, worth $2500, were destroyed in the Nevis River backcountry fishery.