An Invercargill researcher did not mind a couple of bottles of alcohol getting stolen from his car but the research the thieves took was invaluable to him.
One person was transferred to Southland Hospital in a serious condition after a boating incident at Oreti Beach on Sunday night.
Christmas arrived early for seven Southland community trusts after New Zealand Aluminium Smelters announced it had given a total of $1.15 million to them.
The Gore Filipino community float took top honours with its boat-shaped float in the Gore Christmas parade yesterday.
Land for living and working in Te Anau has come to the market and the man behind the development says he has great faith in the town and it needs to grow.
Bluff turned on a blowing but merry and bright afternoon for the 2023 Bluff Promotions Santa Parade yesterday afternoon.
Once upon a time Santa rode an elephant in the Gore Christmas parade but this year the elephant will look more like a red sleigh.
A Southland woman who was wrongfully fired for not wearing a mask has been paid out more than $30,000 by her former employer.
Police are investigating after a psychiatrist was seriously injured in an assault at Southland Hospital.
Companies associated with Ingka Group, the largest franchisee of IKEA stores internationally, have bought more land in Southland.
The winners of the 41st National Velvet and Trophy Antler Competition were announced in Invercargill last night.
A worker at a Southland Fonterra plant was sacked for breaching the company’s Covid-19 mask policy - despite having an official exemption because of her asthma.
A sorely missed Invercargill cat has evoked outpourings of sadness and a call for a statue in his honour.
A book telling the story of an inspirational young man whose life was tragically cut short will be launched in Gore today.
A scavenger hunt for a stranded Australian shark tag was a triumphant success when a woman and her dog unearthed the elusive item yesterday.
Invercargill Mayor Nobby Clark says the city could be walking into a minefield with the policy around its CCTV operation.
It was six of the best for Daniel Jones as he and Katie Morgan successfully defended their Kepler Challenge mountain running titles in Te Anau on Saturday.