A person has been flown to Dunedin Hospital in a critical condition after being run over by a tractor in Southland today.
Two people who were believed to be in Queens Park at the same time as missing Invercargill man Raymond Horn on February 15 are being asked to come forward to speak to police.
Southland pilots Sam Paton (left) and Ben Morrison marked 100 years since the first plane flew over Stewart Island and 90 years since the first plane landed on the island, when they landed a 1942 Tiger Moth at Mason Bay at the weekend.
A taonga, eight months in the making, was blessed yesterday morning at its new home, the Invercargill Public Library.
A wind farm on Stewart Island will not go ahead after a decision could not be reached with landowners on where to put it.
For the first time since World War 2, the Southland A&P Show has been forced to cancel a show - its 153rd annual event.
An oysterman who has been harvesting the delicacy for 43 years has seen many changes in the industry.
Invercargill city councillors will make a decision tomorrow on the proposed 35% increase for its rental units.
On the anniversary of Covid-19 arriving into New Zealanders’ lives, health reporter Mike Houlahan begins a series in which we talk to Southerners with first-hand experience of what a global pandemic which has killed 2.5million worldwide so far entails.
A man who played a significant role in the success of the Edendale Vintage Machinery Club’s Crank Up day has died.
An Invercargill woman is calling for Southland Boys’ High School to change one of its house colours after pupils were seen dressed in blackface and afro wigs at their sports day.
An Invercargill city councillor who criticised Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt’s performance as mayor now appears to be unwilling to do so again if asked about him today.
A Black Power gang member who raised a .22 gun to Mongrel Mob members at the Glengarry Tavern last month yesterday has admitted his part in the confrontation.
Discredited former Clutha-Southland MP Hamish Walker accrued a $10,000 expense bill in his final months in the job, according to just-released records.
A $3 million bequest from a distinguished neurologist will mean a brighter academic future for some Southland and Otago students, including former pupils of two Invercargill schools.