An Invercargill store has been recognised by the Vintage Car Club of New Zealand (VCCNZ) for its long history of preserving and displaying vintage vehicles.
Two people were taken to Southland hospital yesterday after suffering side effects from an unidentified smell at a roadworks site.
Locally-sourced and grown, native plants from the Southland Community Nursery can be found throughout the region. Laura Smith spoke to those involved in its ...
It was a case of right place, right time for a Southland helicopter company, its crews helping firefighters tackle a large gorse fire near Ryal Bush.
Channel Rd at Springhills is closed due to recent flooding, the Southland District Council has advised.
Two people have been taken to Southland Hospital for checks after suffering from effects of an unusual smell which could not be identified at a building site.
New Zealand Aluminium Smelter contractors are attending a meeting in Southland for an update on what the next four years will look like.
"It was tough at the end" but Gore shearer Megan Whitehead battled the afternoon blues to set a world shearing record.
Firefighters did not have access to water when they stopped a grass fire from spreading to a nearby 12,000ha forestry block in Southland.
The Tiwai Point smelter, which was set to close in August, has been granted a reprieve after a new contract was settled between smelter owner Rio Tinto and generator Meridian Energy.
Rural firefighters are only just coming out of a Nightcaps farm after battling a suspicious blaze for nearly 24 hours.
Workers at Southland's Tiwai smelter are "ecstatic" at today's news the business will continue operating for another three years.
The owners of the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter say they have reached a deal with electricity provider Meridian Energy that will keep it open until the end of 2024.
Gore shearer Megan Whitehead has smashed the women's world record, clipping 661 lambs in nine hours at a Croydon Bush woolshed.
A Southland blueberry orchard manager is grateful the operation has not been hit as hard as those of Central Otago’s fruitgrowers despite a late start to the season.
Multiple helicopters and eight fire appliances from across Southland are working to put out a vegetation fire near Nightcaps.