NZSKI, which own owns Mt Hutt, has rejected an offer of funding through the Government’s strategic tourism asset protection programme.
Otago Daily Times
A man charged with the rare offence of bigamy will be arrested as soon as he sets foot in New Zealand.
Emergency services are on their way to the scene of a crash between a truck and car in Southland.
Queenstown has proposed hosting three of the southern hemisphere’s powerhouse rugby teams for about two months during the Rugby Championship.
A Dunedin man who forced a pillow over his victim’s head while he raped her has had his appeal knocked back.
A man was punched in the face while walking his young daughter to school yesterday.
More Queenstown residents could be thrown into "power poverty" with "cold, dark homes" under proposals by Aurora Energy, the mayor has said.
A woman who decided to visit the Dunedin Police Station while in possession of cannabis has been arrested.
The South Today bulletin: Tuesday, August 18
The old saying goes never talk about religion or politics in polite company. I think you can add burgers to that, too.
Fire crews are tackling a blaze at Omarama golf club.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern started an enormous logistical exercise yesterday when she postponed this year’s general election from September 19 to October 17.
A top police officer’s career may no longer be imperilled after he was found not guilty of assaulting his partner.
A 65-year-old man who was "driving erratically" was arrested yesterday after his car was spiked following three short pursuits in the Waikouaiti area.
The North Island and South Island teams are due to be named today with hopes the game will still be played in Auckland.
A 34-year-old man who was working on a digger alone in an Otago forestry block was found on the ground by a friend after the man failed to respond to a radio call.
Arrowtown is in the running to be named New Zealand’s most beautiful small town in the 2020 Beautiful Awards.
Direct flights into Auckland from Dunedin, Invercargill and Queenstown are suspended from today, leaving Christchurch as the only airport in the South Island with direct flights into the city.
Canterbury trainer James Dunn added to the incredible mark his family has made in harness racing when scoring his first win at Oamaru yesterday.
A rescue helicopter has landed in Bushy Beach Rd near Oamaru and police are in attendance.