History was made last night as Invercargill Airport became the first regional airport of its kind to host a regular jet service in New Zealand.
Invercargill's central city redevelopment will get a $19.5million injection loan from the Provincial Growth Fund.
The Government will lend Invercargill $19.5 million as part of a major commercial re-development in part of the southern city.
An Invercargill recycling company has requested a formal investigation into a controversial waste management tender contract.
Community concern about Monkey Island is increasing, a recently launched petition gathering hundreds of signatures.
Invercargill Airport will become the first regional airport in New Zealand to host a regular jet service with the arrival of the inaugural Air New Zealand flight from Auckland to Invercargill this...
Two more bridges have joined the list of closed bridges in Southland as their continued use would pose a "serious threat to public safety".
A Southland woman was sacked soon after making a complaint against an employee who made a lewd comment about her Tinder profile.
James Hargest College pupils got the chance to play pickleball as part of an International Sports Day organised by Southland Secondary School Sport.
A rescue helicopter is operational in Te Anau again, bringing the South Island's air ambulance service back up to full strength.
After a meeting with Education Minister Chris Hipkins, the head of the Southern Institute of Technology feels "comfortable" about the level of autonomy the polytech will have for the next two years.
NZ's best apprentice plumber Lauren Phillips, from Invercargill, is competing at the Olympics of skills-based jobs in Russia this week.
While a team from Tapanui School tried its luck at the 2019 EIS Technology Challenge, it was a team from Limehills School that won the first challenge of the day.
Invercargill Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt's decision to end a heated council meeting yesterday caused an uproar from some of his fellow councillors.
The Southern Institute of Technology chief executive believes a meeting with Education Minister Chris Hipkins will help clarify crucial points on the Government's merger plans.