The Glenham School community is waiting for Minister of Education Chris Hipkins to decide whether the school will close.
A man who used Southland Hospital’s Wi-Fi to send himself child exploitation images told police he looked at pictures of young naked children daily.
Invercargill's new policewoman hopes she can help her colleagues to make the region safer for the community.
The Department of Internal Affairs is satisfied the Invercargill City Council has sufficiently addressed its governance issues, but says public confidence is still pretty low.
North Mataura residents are relieved the rural setting where they live will not be rezoned industrial.
A NZ energy start-up company is to launch a bitcoin-mining centre next to the Monowai Power Station in Southland, bringing to four the number of planned data-mining centres in the South.
A group of enthusiastic Invercargill knitters are stitching together items to donate to families in Eastern Europe.
An operation targeting street racers in Invercargill has led to four people charged, 21 cars being ordered off the road and three being impounded.
Invercargill Airport’s chief executive fears a 31-lot subdivision in Otatara proposed for housing could potentially become a problem for the airport.
An operation targeting street racers in Invercargill has led to charges for four people, 21 cars being ordered off the road and three being impounded.
The Invercargill City Council will review its expenditure with the aim of reducing a proposed rates increase following criticism from ratepayers.
One thousand comic books were given away this weekend in Invercargill as part of the celebrations marking international Free Comic Book Day.
With the country’s borders opening in late July, the Southern Institute of Technology is expecting its number of international students to increase next year.
Southland Hospital is being swamped with Covid-19-positive patients and is unable to transfer any of them to other southern hospitals.