Southland Sharks beat Wellington Saints to be crowned NBL champions.
When Steve Mitchell traded life in Queensland for NZ's deep south, he wasn't sure his family would want to visit.
Invercargill Police seeking public help to catch man after a female student was assaulted.
A Waikiwi property could be subdivided to allow the construction of three new homes.
An Invers haidresser is one of seven stylists to be chosen for a Star Spot Opportunity.
Drama Works! wants to give Southland children the opportunity to experience drama.
Dozens of American cars driven by middle-aged cruisers hit Southland roads at the weekend.
The victim of a fatal crash south of Oamaru on Friday has been named as Ema Louise McGeown.
Spare us fanciful figures, Philip Todd writes in a letter to the editor.
EDITORIAL: Who would cram a carcass into a recycling bin?
This week the council approved our Long-term Plan 2015-2025 which includes a drop in some of the rates increases that were originally forecast, as well as some extra community support.
Sonita Chandar reports on an award-winning Southland couple who battled through a tough season
There are a number of things that have been annoying me lately – more than usual.
Division two club rugby wrap.
Queenstown Rovers march toward Southland football's Donald Gray Cup senior men's title remained on track when they beat Southend United 8-1 at the Frankton Events Centre ground on Saturday.
The relatives of Tapanui World War One veteran Private Arthur Gordon were treated to a performance of We Will Remember Them - a show based on his wartime diaries, on Sunday.
One of Invercargill's newest bands has just finished recording its first EP after a whirlwind year of playing gigs.
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