Invercargill New Zealand Post Service Delivery Manager Kiri Panirau checks out a Paxster

Posties check out Paxsters

Invercargill could soon see posties driving little wagons instead of riding bikes.

'We won't grieve in silence' video

Matthew Coley fell on the streets of Invercargill in the early hours of Saturday from a "single blow to the head", and ...

A drug-fuelled teen's punch killed Matthew Coley. His family want to address NZ's struggle with violence.

Council reviews disability policy

The Invercargill City Council has gathered feedback from residents with disabilities.

Hairdressing talent impresses

Community College Southland hairdressing students showed off their skills.

Korean leather crafters share skills

A Korean couple will share their traditional leather-crafting skills with the community.

Shelving goes viral video

Invercargill City Library video viewed by thousands and featured in international media.

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News

Pregnant and fighting cancer

Juliana and Peter Moore are looking forward to the arrival of their first baby while Juliana battles breast cancer.

2 min ago  "I don't want to be pregnant. I don't want the baby to go through all this."

Tennis juniors play rep rugby

18 min ago  All five members of one of Southland's junior tennis teams have been donning representative rugby jerseys this season.

Runners battle "brutal" Great Naseby Water Race conditions

QP to host two Volts games

Video

Pregnant and fighting cancer

"I don't want to be pregnant. I don't want the baby to go through all this."

Business

New rescue gear for brigades

Warbirds Over Wanaka general manager Ed Taylor and Wanaka fire chief Bruno Galloway hold new donated rescue equipment.

Car crashes require specialist rescue gear.

SuchCrowd head to Melbourne

SuchCrowd co-founders, from left,Tin Htoo Aung, Jacob Manning and Abbe Hyde, will start operating their business, which ...

Crowdsourcing entertainment platform SuchCrowd is starting up in Melbourne.

Remote volunteers raising their voices in the wild

Matukituki Charitable Trust co-founders Gillian and Derek Crombie giving their new Tait mobile radios a first run in the ...

Keeping Wanaka's pest controllers within cooee in rugged terrain.

Charming the Chinese

Shorter kayak tours in the Abel Tasman National Park is an example of attempts to cater for the needs of Chinese tourists.

Kayak guides are encouraging Chinese visitors who cannot swim and have a fear of the sea to have a go.

Maniototo residents threaten Westpac boycott if Ranfurly bank closes

Gavin A'Court and Ray Hunter at a protest in Ranfurly over the proposed closure of the town's Westpac bank.

Stuart Hore, 77, will change banks if Westpac closes its Ranfurly branch.

Opinion

Youi prosecutions carry strong lessons

So that went well . . .

EDITORIAL: The Commerce Commission prosecutions back up the talk about shameful conduct from the insurer.

Letters to the editor - August 29

Letters to the editor

A letter writer wants to know what councillors REALLY get paid.

Letters to the editor - August 27

Letters to the editor

A letter writer wants the council to divvy up its profits to those who need it.

Our heritage offers us our brand

Philip Todd

OPINION: Invercargill's brand should invoke its heritage, Philip Todd contends.

Will it be a weaker or a neater Easter?

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EDITORIAL: Who said open-and-shut issues were easy?

Sport

Tennis juniors play rep rugby

Southland junior rugby and tennis representative players Riley Smith, Tim Willans and Aaron Withy.

All five members of one of Southland's junior tennis teams have been donning representative rugby jerseys this season.

Runners battle "brutal" Great Naseby Water Race conditions

Kendra Breen, of Alexandra, won the Great Naseby Water Race women's 100 mile with a time of 28hr 04min 28sec.

Unrelenting rain saw competitors drop out of the Great Naseby Water Race, with some showing signs of hypothermia.

Leaver, Fakahokotau join Tactix

Temalisi Fakahokotau has signed with the Mainland Tactix.

Mainland Tactix add two new faces.

QP to host two Volts games

Invercargill cricket ground Queens Park is to host two Otago Volts fixtures during the 2016/17 domestic season.

Invercargill's Queens Park cricket ground will host two Otago Volts fixtures this year.

Fijian prop making a mark

Fijian international prop Peni Ravai is playing for the Southland Stags in the 2016 national provincial rugby competition.

Fijian prop Peni Ravai is turning heads with skills with ball in hand.

Culture

Runners battle "brutal" Great Naseby Water Race conditions

Kendra Breen, of Alexandra, won the Great Naseby Water Race women's 100 mile with a time of 28hr 04min 28sec.

Unrelenting rain saw competitors drop out of the Great Naseby Water Race, with some showing signs of hypothermia.

Korean leather crafters share skills

Kate Park and Darren Han with some of their handmade leather products at City Gallery.

A Korean couple will share their traditional leather-making skills with the Invercargill community.

Key makes 'historic' visit to Dunstan High

Dunstan High School year 12 student Millie Harrex asked the Prime Minister how he coped being under the "watchful eye of ...

John Key has made history becoming the first Prime Minister to visit Alexandra's Dunstan High School.

Live entertainment vital for children

Rollicking Entertainment performers Lizzie Tollemache and David Ladderman perform as Mr & Mrs Alexander.

Can you remember your first live theatre experience?

Maniototo residents threaten Westpac boycott if Ranfurly bank closes

Gavin A'Court and Ray Hunter at a protest in Ranfurly over the proposed closure of the town's Westpac bank.

Stuart Hore, 77, will change banks if Westpac closes its Ranfurly branch.

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