Southland Hospital is immediately changing the visiting hours of multiple wards following Covid-19 exposures.
Earning a 25-year Gold Star service medal with the Thornbury Volunteer Fire Brigade wasn't easy or cheap for Graeme Strang and his cousin, Linton.
For the first time there has been a mass bleaching of native sea sponges in Aotearoa, raising alarm about the impact climate change is having on marine ecosystems.
A Stewart Island man wants his fellow islanders to follow his lead on solar energy and go off the grid.
The Bluff community will need to wait longer to have its boat and jetty ramp upgraded after council found the project was "well outside" the budget.
Citizenship ceremonies in Invercargill are set to take place at marae, as part of the Māori Language Strategy Plan the Invercargill City Council approved this week.
A woman who drove from Dunedin to Gore while almost six times over the legal limit has been sentenced to prison.
After more than 10,000 hours were lost because workers were isolating because of Covid-19, the Invercargill CBD development opening date will be delayed for about a month.
A woman who drove from Dunedin to Gore while almost six times the legal alcohol limit has been sentenced to prison.
A company which owns restaurants in Queenstown and Te Anau has been fined $10,400 after breaching fishery laws.
A man who made five trips to Auckland between March and November 2020, posting 109g of methamphetamine and 28g of MDMA to his own address on one trip, said he was not sourcing drugs, a court heard...
The battle against "the gorse of the sea" is off to a strong start after year one of the Jobs for Nature Fiordland undaria control programme.
Southlanders are being urged to play their part in improving the region’s air quality as winter brings cooler temperatures.
A Stewart Island business might not collect a visitor levy if it went to $15, a councillor warned yesterday.
A new hotel should bring a boost in tourism to Invercargill, hotelier Geoff Thomson believes, as he pushes ahead with plans to convert the old Menzies Building into a 4.5-star hotel by September 2023.