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.
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.
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.
Plans to develop a new multimillion-dollar tourist attraction in Bluff are progressing, although a range of other things will need to be in place before it goes ahead.
Nine-year-old Sophie Ineson’s call for a Civic Theatre dressing room to be named after a doyenne of Southland dance seems to have struck the right note with Invercargill city councillors.
The Kmart ''shopping mall'' being built in Invercargill will not be in direct competition with the HWCP retail precinct planned for Invercargill's CBD, Windermere Holdings Ltd director Paul Smith says.
Kmart has officially announced it is opening a 5300sqm Kmart store in Invercargill, which is expected to open late next year.
The Invercargill Licensing Trust is expected to lodge by the end of the week its application to build a new hotel in the city centre, an application which will almost certainly be publicly notified.
The gods of speed and the weather gods have been in agreement for this year’s Burt Munro Challenge.
About 300 people attended the Ngai Tahu Treaty Festival at Te Rau Aroha marae in Bluff on Waitangi Day.
Bluff-based oyster fishermen and concerned locals have been told there is no absolute guarantee the bonamia virus will not get into the wild oyster beds in Foveaux Strait.
The cull of Stewart Island's caged oysters is under way, about three weeks after a lethal parasite was first detected in the area.
Oyster connoisseurs from around the world converged on the Bluff Oyster and Food Festival to consume the delicacy on Saturday.
Despite there being more than 1000 people on a waiting list for this weekend's Bluff Oyster & Food Festival, there are no plans to extend the event.
Invercargill's Deputy Mayor has told the city council he will consider taking legal action if the reasons he stood down from the role are made public, Mayor Tim Shadbolt says.
After years of speculation, the Invercargill Licensing Trust (ILT) has confirmed its plan to build a new hotel in Invercargill.
South Port intends to close the west end of Bluff’s aged Town Wharf because of health and safety issues and costly repairs.
After nearly four decades at Southland Boys’ High School (SBHS), longstanding rector Ian Baldwin is bowing out.
Two famous motorcycles and the Burt Munro streamliner replica are to feature at the MTA100: Car Show of the Century in Wellington.
Dave Roberts admits he had visited Invercargill only twice, for a total of two days, before he moved to the city permanently last month.