A Zimbabwean entrepreneur is looking for land and expertise to set up an organic market garden in Invercargill which would be used as a pilot scheme for similar gardens in Zimbabwe.
South Port intends to close the west end of Bluff’s aged Town Wharf because of health and safety issues and costly repairs.
Restaurants are beginning the process of vacating Invercargill’s inner city block earmarked for a new multimillion-dollar development, but relocating is proving costly and difficult for owners.
When Tony O'Neill enrolled in police college in 1973 his motivations were relatively simple; first it would provide a job and second it would give him the opportunity to do something worthwhile in the community.
Stadium Southland's collapse under heavy snow will be referred to police, following an investigation that found it was caused by shoddy workmanship and a failure to identify structural deficiencies.
A feasibility study which looks at the eradication of three introduced species from Stewart Island has been completed. However, it will be up to the community to decide what happens next, says the organisation leading the study.
After nearly four decades at Southland Boys’ High School (SBHS), longstanding rector Ian Baldwin is bowing out.
Invercargill Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt has described the Government’s proposals to merge all of the country’s institutes of technology into one national tertiary organisation as devastating.
Ravensdown imported its first Southland bound shipment of palm kernel extract (PKE) into South Port yesterday, with a load of 29,000 tonnes from East Malaysia.
The cause of Stadium Southland's collapse under heavy snow two years ago will be referred to police following an investigation that found its failure was caused by shoddy workmanship and a failure to identify structural deficiencies.
Two famous motorcycles and the Burt Munro streamliner replica are to feature at the MTA100: Car Show of the Century in Wellington.
An Invercargill vehicle tester, who lost his authority to issue WoFs after complaints about the quality of his work, says the decision was based on three complaints over 15 years.
Pig cell production for a ground-breaking diabetes treatment is set to double within the year, and Southlanders involved with the Auckland Island pig quarantine facility at Awarua, near Bluff, are determined to ensure the expansion happens in Southland.
The Animal Health Board has asked for permission to release 10 feral pigs into the Hokonui Hills in a trial to detect the presence of bovine tuberculosis in the remaining possum population.
After years of speculation, the Invercargill Licensing Trust (ILT) has confirmed its plan to build a new hotel in Invercargill.
It comes as no surprise to some that the organisers of the Steampunk NZ Festival 2019 put in place a weapons policy.
The first well drilled by L&M Petroleum, in its search for coal seam gas near Ohai is expected to be completed next week after problems with the drilling equipment put a halt to the job.