Invercargill Orphans Aid Op-Shop manager Kathryn Casey is setting up a pop-up shop on Stewart Island this weekend.

Pop-up shop on Stewart Island

The world's southern most pop-up shop will open on Stewart Island on Saturday.

A brand new classroom

Invercargill MP Sarah Dowie.

Government to invest $350k into Donovan Primary School for a new classroom.

Meridian Energy partners with Kakapo

Meridian Energy steps in to support the Kakapo Recovery Programme.

Guilty verdict

A Southland man has been found guilty of rape following a trial in Invercargill. 

TheatreFest final

Enter stage left for your chance at the theatre big time.

Aiming for the big time

Twenty-six budding actors and musicians are in for an experience of a lifetime.

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Club rugby results

Rugby.

Barbarians remain unbeaten in Southland premier club rugby competition.

Steel seal top spot video

Steel notch their 11th win of the season to secure home advantage for the finals.

Snowmen, suits and street parades in Queenstown

Junior cyclists pipped

Video

Steel seal top spot

Steel notch their 11th win of the season to secure home advantage for the finals.

Business

Council to consider Haast Hollyford road support

The proposed Haast-Hollyford toll road.

The Southland District Council will discuss whether to support the toll road at a meeting next week.

Schools of Otago and Southland to receive $37 million funding

Shotover Primary School principal Ben Witheford, Associate education Minister Nikki Kaye and Clutha Southland MP Todd ...

Due to an enrollment growth, Queenstown's high school will receive $25 million and Arrowtown Primary School $11 million for the capacity extension.

Slammer inventer TJ Irvin secures US manufacturer

Lake Hawea businessman TJ Irwin with The Slammer.

Digging tool creator joins forces with US knife makers and earth movers.

Boult to tackle Queenstown's housing, transport and district planning

Jim Boult plans to tackle Queenstown Lakes housing, transport and district planning issues.

Wanaka candidate Lyal Cocks welcomes the contest. "I know what needs to be done.''

Regions up, cities down

In the months leading up to Fieldays earlier in June, confidence appeared to be returning to regions affected by the ...

Areas affected by dairy slump are returning to confidence, but Auckland and Wellington are more pessimistic.

Opinion

Star Spangled Kiwi

Ben Mack describes his difficulties in understanding Southlanders in his latest column.

Letters to the editor - June 22

Letters to the editor

A letter writer agrees with Kerry McDonald regarding what is wrong with the New Zealand economy and the way it affects Southland.

From the newsdesk

Newslink reporter Rachael Kelly.

OPINION: If laughter is the best medicine, I think I overdosed last Thursday night.

Letters to the editor - June 21

Letters to the editor.

A letter writer says Nick Smith has a new buzz phrase.

Letters to the editor - June 20

Letters to the editor

A letter writer has expressed shock at the cost of the humble swede at a city supermarket.

Sport

Club rugby results

Rugby.

Barbarians remain unbeaten in Southland premier club rugby competition.

Steel seal top spot video

Southern Steel player Te Huinga Selby-Ricket challenged by Melbourne Vixens Jo Weston at ILT Stadium Southland.

Steel notch their 11th win of the season to secure home advantage for the finals.

Junior cyclists pipped

New Zealand junior cyclists Emma Cumming, left, and Ellesse Andrews.

New Zealand's best junior cyclists were pipped by Australia in the second Tasman Cup competition.

New trio for Highlanders trip

Manawatu halfback Jamie Booth is poised to make his Super Rugby debut for the Highlanders in South Africa.

Three new Highlanders included for South African assignment

Southlanders look for SI home success

Southland player Bradley Jackson will participate in the South Island under-19 badminton championships in Invercargill.

Southland players will aim for success when the province hosts the 2016 South Island/Southland under-19 badminton championships on Saturday.

Culture

Snowmen, suits and street parades in Queenstown

More than 100 runners raced the Gold Mile before the Queenstown Winter Festival parade on Saturday.

Festival-goers ditched their jackets and donned their running shoes and silliest costumes to see in the first day of Queenstown's Winter Festival.

Poppins picks up pace

Emily Burns, as Mary Poppins, with pupils at Otatara School in Invercargill, ahead of the show's opening next month.

The cast and crew of Mary Poppins are turning up the heat ahead of their show opening in three weeks' time.

Smog report 'innovative'

Smog over Cromwell, Central Otago. Between May 1 to June 13 Cromwell had 10 high pollution days (those days when air ...

A report exploring novel ways to solve Central Otago's smog problem is "innovative" and "comprehensive".

Invercargill nabs TheatreFest final

TheatreFest and House Series co-ordinators, from left, Hannah Kennedy and Jade Gillies and Sarah McCarthy are bringing ...

Enter stage left for your chance at the theatre big time.

Aiming for the big time

Fliss Crossley-Pritchard, 16, and Mandy Smith are keen to soak up all they can from New Zealand's finest performing artists.

Twenty-six budding actors and musicians are in for an experience of a lifetime.

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