A nationally vulnerable duck species is making a comeback following a programme to curb predators in Fiordland.
A Government injection of $3.7 million towards helping Gore's youth and honouring the region's history has been announced by Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones today.
The Bluff Oyster Festival Trust says it would love to save the Club Hotel building, but questions who would pay for it, as it does not have enough funds.
As the 14th rally of Model As rolled into Walter Peak High Country Farm, after negotiating many bumps and tracks along the way, ODT illustrations editor Stephen Jaquiery captured the action.
The Invercargill City Council may not receive $2 million in dividends from its holding company which could impact the city's ratepayers.
The Gore Public Library is on the move to enable investigations into the extent of black mould in the building.
Watching the perfectly preserved soft tops and big wheels of the Ford Model A roll past at Walter Peak, it was easy to imagine life on the road in a different era.
Firefighters are dampening hot spots after a bedroom fire at a house in Invercargill this afternoon.
Southland Police have arrested a twelfth person as part of an attempt to disrupt criminal activity in the South.
Ten years ago, Ria Bond told Invercargill Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt she would challenge him one day in the mayoralty race.
Te Anau police are appealing for witnesses to a crash involving a car and campervan, believed to be on the wrong side of the road, near Te Anau Downs.
Invercargill Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt unveils a statue of Alex Lithgow, who wrote and composed the Invercargill March.