A Balclutha man found guilty of manslaughter after killing his wife on their belated honeymoon may be out of jail next year — only two years after ending his wife’s life.
The company in charge of the Tiwai Point smelter, which is set to close in 2024, has acknowledged it could have done better in the past and yesterday made public its initial plan for remediation of...
The man in charge of the group developing the Milford Opportunities project says it is working to address concerns about the information it used when recom mending the Milford airstrip be...
Tūātapere Medical Centre's Jo Sanford is entrusted with trying to get as much of her community vaccinated for Covid-19 as possible, but numbers remain low for much of rural Southland.
A Balclutha man found guilty of manslaughter after killing his wife on their belated honeymoon could be out of jail next year after serving half his sentence.
South Port has changed the way it trains staff after an incident in Bluff Harbour in which three vessels were damaged.
A ship crew's lack common understanding and situational awareness were among reasons why it made contact with the Bluff seabed in 2018, an investigation has found.
Without a bylaw to control what is discharged into its stormwater network, the Gore District Council is like a ‘‘sitting duck’’, its chief executive says.
Two Southland councils have turned down a plea to help fund New Zealand’s southernmost rescue helicopter operation.
Fearful an old dump could be exposed where rocks give way to loose shingle at Colac Bay, a Southland couple is leading the charge against a council they claim is disinterested.
The Invercargill City Council appears set to retain the status quo following a review of councillor numbers.
A Southland possum trapper unhappy with the Government’s Covid-19 response ended up in court after leaving several abusive messages for minister Chris Hipkins.
For half a century, young southern horse riders have come together for the Springston Trophy, this year held in Central Southland.
A Southland possum trapper unhappy with the Government’s Covid-19 response has admitted leaving abusive messages for minister Chris Hipkins and emergency services.
A Southland community board is helping make a new pump track in Balfour a reality following strong support from its community.