One person has been taken to hospital with moderate injuries following a crash in Invercargill this morning.
A career in game design has gone from being a ''fantasy'' to a viable option for students in the South.
The resignation of an Invercargill City Council staff member will be a "huge loss" for retailers, a businessman says.
Three separate crashes, including a three car pile up, within a two hour period has prompted a call from police to slow down and take extra care on the roads.
Gore Mayor Tracy Hicks has met Mongrel Mob leaders in Gore in an attempt to tackle the drug problem in the community.
There will be no confusion as to where the rest of the world stands from Bluff when amendments are soon made to the Stirling Point sign.
Part of the MIford Road is reopening today after a heavy snow dump to parts of the South earlier this week.
A Southland community's plan to tackle growing gang and drug issues has been welcomed by a leading gang expert.
Clutha-Southland MP Hamish Walker is organising two public debates on proposed legislation to legalise voluntary euthanasia.
A business owner who operated in Southland and forced a worker to cook and clean his house has now been convicted of exploiting migrant workers.
The Invercargill City Council (ICC) opted to pursue its own arts centre despite the Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) offering to collaborate on just one, an SIT staff member says.
Southerners got a dose of reality today after basking in summer-like weather at the weekend, with snow and heavy rain falling in parts of the South including Queenstown and Central Otago.
Police have given a member of the public a warning in relation to breaching name suppression rules on social media.
A Te Anau rural firefighter reckons several weeks helping fight the largest wildfire in California’s history has given him "a year’s worth of learning".