Four people were injured and State Highways 6 and 97 were blocked for a time, following a three-car crash near Lumsden yesterday afternoon.
One of the original Kingston Flyers — a 142-year-old, American-made Rogers K92 locomotive — gave the public a taste of steampower at the weekend.
State Highway 6 has reopened following a three car crash near Lumsden that left four people injured.
Brace yourselves - it looks like there is still a touch of winter in the air. MetService has issued a watch for possible heavy snow in parts of inland Southland and Otago this week.
An "old but new" Invercargill city councillor is supporting the Bluff Oyster and Food Festival Trust in its bid to demolish the Club Hotel.
Unless astronomically inclined, many people are unaware the world’s southern-most satellite ground station is right in Southland’s backyard.
Demolition of an Invercargill central city block has been delayed by bureaucracy and paperwork, says a director of the company planning to knock it down.
Invercargill police have made a number of arrests after investigating a spate of aggravated robberies and burglaries in the city.
Blair Vining, the man who spent his last year alive campaigning for better cancer care, was celebrated and mourned yesterday in Invercargill.
Having completed an initial review of its accommodation services, SIT chief executive Penny Simmonds is confident the polytech is on the right track.
The number of gang members and prospects in Otago and Southland has skyrocketed, rising 61% in less than two years.
A Southland Stags player has pleaded guilty to a charge in relation to an incident in which a man had his jaw fractured.
The father of the Invercargill nurse who died following a crash late last year says the driver who caused the accident "gave his family a life sentence".
A 20-year-old man estimated to be driving at 121kmh in a 50kmh zone when he crashed, killing an Invercargill nurse, has been jailed for nearly five years.
Queensland's elite cyclist Byron Davies gets in some final training at Invercargill's SIT Zero Fees Velodrome ahead of the 2020 Oceania Track Cycling Championships.
A Wanaka dairy farm company has been fined $42,000 for unlawfully clearing indigenous vegetation from Hawea Flats.
Former top cop Richard McPhail will join two other new faces at the Gore District Council for the next three years.
Fresh faces will be seen at future Environment Southland council meetings, after four new councillors were elected.