Parata rest-home resident Eileen Windle celebrates her 101st birthday in Gore yesterday.
A tug of war between a proposed new liquor store and concerned residents in a small Southland town is putting the future of an unlikely third party in jeopardy.
A Southland farmer is warning the regional council the farming community will be keeping a close eye on its actions.
Permanent new speed limits will be in place next week on a notoriously challenging stretch of highway near Milford Sound.
Wet black mould has been found in Environment Southland’s council chamber and meetings have been moved out of it until further notice.
Invercargill has been chosen as the first centre in New Zealand to take part in the Thriving Rangatahi project — a six-year investment aimed at helping young people who are excluded and disadvantaged.
With just under 500 days to go, the Invercargill city development has 65% spaces leased and a further 16% awaiting sign-off, the developer says.
A Stewart Island resident say the country’s Covid-19 vaccine roll-out has a lot in common with its predator-free initiative.
The Invercargill Licensing Trust recorded a surplus of more than $6million last year — an unexpected but welcome surprise for the chief executive due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
A Rakiura/Stewart Island resident compared the country’s predator free programme with the Covid-19 vaccine rollout.
Aviation companies are prepared to fight for their livelihood, even if it means taking legal action against a proposed plan to remove the Milford airstrip.
A Southland oyster company is turning away customers after it reached its quota for the season — more than a month before it officially ends.
The Gore District Council is pouring millions of dollars down the drain with a new water pipeline system, a resident claims.