Spending more than $36,000 on a council trip to a sister city in Japan was money well spent, Invercargill Mayor Nobby Clark says.
A convicted sex offender told his victim "I’m going to do more than rape you this time" just months after he was released from prison, a court heard.
An Invercargill man has been sent to prison for "behaving like an out-of-control 14-year-old" behind the wheel.
Southland Girls’ High School year pupils Karscell Teremoana-Moaoke and Kayda Oti wiped out the competition playing for the Cook Islands Kuki Airani rugby league team.
An intense year competing against the world’s best in Europe has prepared Southland motorcycle racer Cormac Buchanan strongly for his next challenge.
The return of top-level men’s cricket at the Queens Park ground has been described as a great day and there is plenty more to come.
After five rounds, Appleby is the unbeaten team heading into their 125-year celebrations this weekend.
Neil Carstairs, on his Harley Davidson Dyna Super Glide, is ahead of Ken "Yogi" Goodwin on an Indian Scout at the Southern Dragways Memorial Meeting.
In 2021, Riverside Speedway hosted the New Zealand Saloon Championship, one of the best Saloon events ever hosted and enjoyed by drivers the length of the country.
Ten of the South Island’s best motor racing classes are on the programme at Teretonga Park in Invercargill this weekend.
A 50-year-old environmental watchdog has been rocked by resignations amid claims the Department of Conservation (Doc) is not supporting the work the group is mandated to do.
A man who is accused of sexually abusing his babysitters says he was having a consensual affair with one of them.
A judge has told a Gore engineer he was the "gold medal" winner for having the highest breath-alcohol level of the day.
A decision on the safety level of Invercargill’s Celtic Columns of Wisdom is still in doubt, the city’s chief engineer, Russell Pearson, says.
Southland motorcycle racer Cormac Buchanan has returned home from Spain and has switched his focus to the New Zealand Superbike Championship.
Walter "Watty" Gee — the last remaining Korean War veteran in Gore — is remembered as a gentleman who never said a bad word about anyone.