The oil and gas industry could transform the Southland economy, much like it has in Norway.
Those wondering where winter had gone, rest assured, it is on the way back.
He tried to kick them out. They filmed it, took him to the Tenancy Tribunal - and won.
Gotta cath 'em all - but be sure to catch up on your homework first.
An Invercargill craft market is denying double entries from a competing market.
Armed police have been spotted near Queenstown with roads blocked in the area.
7:22 PM Queenstown adventure-seeker "understandably distressed" after an equipment malfunction.
Taiwanese national convicted of careless driving causing injury on rural Southland road.
Alleged abuse of work exchange schemes is being investigated by the MBIE.
First time skiers and snowboarders contribute to 20 per cent growth at skifield.
The owner of the Kingston Flyer, Queenstown's iconic steam train, is not bothered who he sells it to.
The growing practice of trading a bed for menial work is under investigation.
Kathy Dedo and Sophie Ward appointed to drive Wanaka's new social services scheme.
Ben Mack gives ballet a try in his latest column.
EDITORIAL: Who put the "Rio'' in notorious? Or in spurious, insalubrious, injurious or just . . . seriously?
Affected ratepayers have fewer than seven days to give feedback on Environment Southland's Water and Land Plan, says one letter-writer.
EDITORIAL: Is the best person for the job the last person the UN security council really wants?
EDITORIAL: There's no problem-free option, but several that are better than rack and ruin.
Ex-rugby referee and ILT board hopeful Paddy O'Brien says Stadium Southland needs to be better utilised.
Promising Southland junior squash player Mitchell Kempton is a future star on the rise.
Former test referee excited at attending the Olympics as the sevens referees manager.
There was no hometown fairytale victory in the NZ Snooker Championships held in Gore recently.
Sport Southland to work with Southland's golf clubs to ensure they thrive.
Emma Jarman is the first female musical director for the Invercargill City Big Band.
Scott Base's latent thespians dress up to beat the winter blues.
The murder of Richard Bell by an unknown assailant rocked the Hokonui area. But did a deathbed confession close the case?
Once he was homeless, now he's a musical maestro.
A battery being charged by a solar panel is the likely cause of a fire that destroyed a house bus and a shed.
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