A request for more money to complete Invercargill’s multimillion-dollar city centre development has not come as a surprise to the city’s ratepayers’ association.
A rare historic steam locomotive is being restored to its former glory and is back in Southland after more than a century away.
Water restrictions have been issued throughout the Southland District after a spate of warm weather.
Invercargill prison staff have a sword of Damocles hanging over them, the Corrections Association of New Zealand says.
Throughout his life he told people he would live to be 100 and yesterday Fred Cooper’s prediction came true.
An Invercargill couple did not waste any time and jumped on the first plane to the Cook Islands yesterday for a holiday.
Stewart Island's bedbug problem is being "exaggerated" and businesses are struggling with the fallout, a tourism operator says.
A judge has sympathised with a Southland man who struggled to complete his community work while wearing a mask.
Jackson Atkinson (14) was delighted to record a personal best in the discus at the South Island Colgate Games in Invercargill yesterday.
An Invercargill man forcibly knelt on his partner’s throat and repeatedly punched and kicked her after he became angry at her talking to a male friend on the phone.
The majority of Southland boaties demonstrated good safety practices and an understanding of the rules over the holiday period, Environment Southland says.
A couple charged with being involved in a money-laundering transaction appeared in the Invercargill District Court yesterday.
Invercargill is raring to go as the host of the largest athletics event in the South Island, which begins today.
A couple charged with being involved in a money laundering transaction have appeared in the Invercargill District Court.
American internet star and doctor Danielle Jones has been overwhelmed by support and kindness since arriving in New Zealand late last year.
A man wrongly accused of downloading explicit child pornography was charged on assumptions, bias and an incomplete investigation, his counsel says.
Rostered to patrol New Year’s Eve on Stewart Island, two southern police officers were prepared for some action — just not the type they found.