Tapanui residents finally got their chance to take part in the filming of Pete's Dragon as filming moved to the town's main street.
Woman who says her rape complaint was botched calls new police code of conduct a smokescreen.
A hiker who travelled with missing German tramperhas contacted police.
After more than a century little spotted kiwi have returned to Anchor Island in Dusky Sound.
South Invercargill shopping centre retailers feeling the strain of revamp work being done in the area.
A US tramper flagged down a helicopter for help after getting lost in Mt Aspiring National Park.
Every year for 66 years, Ada Baird has been selling poppies to raise money for the Returned Services Association.
An 18-year-old man is expected to appear in court on Tuesday charged with several offences following a police pursuit in Invercargill on Thursday night.
Wellington extended unbeaten run in NBL to six wins with thrilling 94-92 victory over Southland in Invercargill.
A kick from stable runner Miss Dolly has left trainer John McKay with four breaks in an eye socket and swelling on the right side of his face.
The Ministers of Finance and Revenue have issued papers on options for modernising New Zealand's tax administration.
It's not quite mad scientist territory, but as brewer Steve Nally describes preparations for Heritage Cider Day this Saturday there is definitely an air of the unexpected.
With the invasion of General Winter and his battalions of rain, hail, sleet and snow there is a tendency to entrench and hibernate until the storms blow over. Not so Invercargill. This is shaping up to be one of the most dramatic, exciting and challenging winters we have faced for some time. My first challenge was being faced with a defamation claim by a city councillor over my last column on the kakapo proposal.
OPINION: MInimise the hazards without minimising the experience of being alive.
As the rain persistently fell on the new, old-look shop fronts in Tapanui, it is clear the town has a new identity.
Preserving family stories is more important than ever says poet and entertainer Gary Elford.
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