An Invercargill school brought its own version of the Olympics to Southland yesterday.
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.
A South Island mining company is seeking to renew extraction of gold from a Northern Southland area that has a long history with the prized mineral.
There are no new cases of Covid-19 in the community and five new cases in managed isolation today however one mariner from the ship docked in Bluff has been taken to hospital in Invercargill.
Peter Tait has lived on Stewart Island for more than 50 years and was one of the first in line to receive a first dose of the Covid vaccine in the country's souithernmost clinic.
A bold plan to manage the number of tourists visiting Milford Sound has been criticised by Queenstown tourism operators and the cruise ship industry.
The improvement in engagement and attendance of elected members at Invercargill City Council meetings shows a commitment to sorting out its issues, a councillor says.
After Greenpeace Aotearoa tested bore water in Riversdale last week, senior campaigner Steve Abel said he was "very concerned" about how high nitrate-nitrogen levels were in the town’s water samples.
Milford Sound is set for change, with the possibility of a ban on fixed-wing aircraft, overseas visitors having to pay to enter the area and a ban on cruise ships in the inner sound.
The Gore Pakeke Lions are back in the paper recycling business as the price for recycled paper stabilises.