Police are treating a fire that took hold in a Gore shop and adjoining home yesterday as suspicious, after other fires were reported nearby.
Oyster connoisseurs from around the world converged on the Bluff Oyster and Food Festival to consume the delicacy on Saturday.
Police are appealing to members of the public who may have seen an assault in Invercargill to come forward.
A house in Gore has been damaged in an early morning blaze.
A North Island woman died and two others are injured after this car and a camper van collided near Gore.
Fire crews from throughout Southland attended an ammonia gas leak at a freezing works near Invercargill yesterday.
One person is dead following a collision between a campervan and a car near Gore this afternoon.
Fire crews are scrambling to isolate a leak of hazardous chemicals at a freezing works near Invercargill.
The Southland District Council has decided to withdraw its High Court appeal on the Around the Mountains Cycle Trail and pay $175,000 costs to Fish and Game.
Despite there being more than 1000 people on a waiting list for this weekend's Bluff Oyster & Food Festival, there are no plans to extend the event.
Delays caused by inadequate governance and insufficient capacity led to more than 30 southern residents suffering partial sight loss.
Southland's mayors have thrown their weight behind a campaign to keep Dunedin Hospital in the central city.
Following a long search, the Southland Boys’ High School board of trustees has appointed Simon Coe as the school’s new rector.
Police have closed State Highway 1 near Dacre, after a three car crash that has left two injured.
Invercargill's Deputy Mayor has told the city council he will consider taking legal action if the reasons he stood down from the role are made public, Mayor Tim Shadbolt says.
As of Tuesday, Cr Rebecca Amundsen and Cr Karen Arnold had put their names forward for the position of Invercargill deputy mayor.
The duck population is booming across Otago, signalling a "vintage" season for shooters.
Southland farmers are continuing to be proactive when it comes to changing regulations within Environment Southland’s Water and Land Plan.
Farm sales remain strong in Southland and Otago, with 25 more farms sold in the past three months than this time last year.
An Isla Bank dairy farm is saving money and preventing harmful greenhouse gases from entering the atmosphere by converting waste to energy.