The South Today Bulletin for Tuesday, November 21
The South Today
Four years after moa footprints were discovered in a South Island riverbed, scientists have released some long-awaited updates on the mysterious markings.
Canterbury's Show Week kicked off in style on Tuesday as thousands of racegoers flocked to Addington Raceway for the New Zealand Trotting Cup.
Some Queenstown residents can expect to boil their water for about four more weeks as the local council works to protect the water supply from protozoa.
Armistice Day was marked in Christchurch with the rededication of Lancaster Park's historic memorial gates.
Christchurch is getting ready to put its glad rags on in preparation for show week and a busy summer tourist season.
A father and son motocross duo are showing off their aerial stunt-riding skills at the The New Zealand Agricultural Show this week.
Thousands of punters and spectators have descended on Addington Raceway today for the IRT New Zealand Trotting Cup.
Long-suffering Bromley residents face a "very stinky summer" as the process to find a short-term fix to the smell from the Organics Processing Plant begins.
Christchurch Airport has been recognised for its approach to protecting the environment at the NZ Tourism Awards.