One kilometre of fibreglass cloth, 175 sheets of marine ply, 900 litres of epoxy and 28 years of hard work — but the project remains incomplete. Stoney Bourke is getting old, and so is his waka.
More than 80% of the eligible Pasifika population of Invercargill is fully vaccinated against Covid-19 after the city’s first drive-through vaccine clinic.
A group of Winton residents has expressed concerns about an application for a new bottle store in their small town, painting a picture of existing issues in the community.
Two new safety videos released today aim to reduce the number of fatalities and search and rescue missions on two popular Queenstown Lakes walking tracks.
A man was taken to hospital after an alleged assault during an aggravated burglary in Bluff on Friday.
Numerous challenges are expected during the remediation of the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter site, an international professional services group has said.
A well-known southern family have begun a bid to be allowed to stay overnight on their commercial barge nestled in a remote Fiordland sound.
Heavy rain is forecast for parts of the South from tomorrow including Southland, Fiordland and Westland.
How best to support non-heritage buildings in Invercargill’s city centre will be investigated by the city council.
A drive-through vaccination centre will be held in Invercargill this weekend in an effort to drive up vaccination rates.
With the hands of time ticking, the question as to what kind of transition is in store for Southland once the Tiwai smelter closes, poses an opportunity for sustainability and regeneration.
A Balclutha man cleared of murdering his wife in Te Anau had allegedly strangled another woman to the point he thought he had killed her.
An Invercargill woman is concerned about her privacy after ACC gave her someone else’s sensitive medical records.
The buddy who tried to help a Central Otago man who died while diving in Doubtful Sound believes he heard him say "I can’t breathe" before he lost consciousness and "dropped like a stone".