Regional Rose of Tralee winners will be visiting Otago and Southland in hopes of winning a trip to Ireland.
James Hargest College students take part in real-world science testing.
In recognition of World Smokefree Day on Tuesday, Healthy Families Invercargill is offering to test lung function.
What is the right price for Bluff oysters? Just about any price you name, it would seem.
"It was a very exhilarating event to be involved in, we were excited with the whole atmosphere."
While some schools are preparing for school board elections, others will not be holding any.
The Southland Chamber of Commerce is excited to be moving to the Esk Street end of the SIT Arcade in early
Decision to allow public consultation on library changes met with applause at the Invercargill City Council.
NZAS remains exposed to external economic factors and will struggle in 2016.
Former Fairfax executive returns to first love of boating.
Potential constraints on the future supply of New Zealand lamb are a concern for an American company.
NZ company targets high fliers with a carpet that doesn't lose its oomph.
Tourism industry leaders are worried that lack of funding will continue to severely handicap the Department of Conservation.
The Southland Times' editorial of May 28, 2016, "Third mayoral contender enters the race", contains several inaccuracies which cannot go unchallenged.
EDITORIAL: For Tim, the more challengers the mayor-ier.
The police seemed more interested in eating pies than rescuing people, a letter writer says.
EDITORIAL: Bill English: smooth operator or up to his elbows in it?
EDITORIAL: We got what we asked for, apparently.
The All Blacks have some special plans for their gifted young rookie back from the Chiefs.
Queenstown teenager Sophie Thompson has only been rowing for two seasons, but is already aiming high.
Eyrish Mist will be the third to race for Ricky Allen at the Harness Jewels.
"People were very well behaved and they came through sequentially and orderly, but they just kept on coming," Wakatipu Ski Club sale organiser Peter Devine.
Noeline Taurua has come in to bat for her team following some less than complimentary post-match comments from Northern Mystics captain Maria Tutaia.
Queenstown will be seen through the screens of over 16 million Trey Ratcliff's follower as he captures it during the Winter Festival.
Brayden, like most boys, loves rugby, lego, music and fast cars. But unlike most boys he lives with burns.
Louise Ingram speaks about why she loves Otautau and Southland.
Being involved in Otautau community gave resident Isabel Booth something to do.
Six men and two dogs master steep learning curves in remote North American river network.
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