Southern candidates failing to tell voters about links to a high-profile disinformation group could be "introducing a cancer that is going to undermine democracy", a Dunedin academic says.
The support and contribution of Alan Dennis to the Invercargill community will be forever treasured and valued at the ILT Stadium Southland.
Forecast heavy rain is leaving Buller residents anxious and frustrated, as it threatens more floods in the hard-hit region.
Emergency services are responding to a serious crash on State Highway 6, near the Devil's Staircase, between Queenstown and Kingston.
A Queenstown strip club owner’s drink-driving history has been laid bare after he was caught driving at five times the legal limit.
Invercargill's Indian community got together yesterday to celebrate 75 years of Indian independence with a big "jay hind", or salute to India.
Mt Iron — called Tewai atakaia by Ngai Tahu ancestor Rawiri Te Mairie — may be getting a new kaitiaki (guardian).
The North Otago community has come to the aid of St John Oamaru, after life-saving equipment was stolen from an ambulance earlier this month.
A Queenstown DJ who pushed a man off a stage after he touched his musical equipment has been convicted of assault.
Under bluebird skies, Lochie Win (8) spent 12 hours skiing the slopes of Coronet Peak on Friday, raising more than $10,000 for the Cancer Society.
The Queenstown Lakes Community Housing Trust recently celebrated 15 years in operation and the creation of 243 affordable households across the Queenstown Lakes district since 2007.