A hungry 150kg pig trapped a woman in her car near Dunedin as it searched for food.
People spill into the street as a magnitude 5.8 quake that "sounded like a freight train" hits the lower South Island.
Hope hope clear weather will allow them to resume the search for a car linked to disappearance of missing boy and stepfather.
Parents say ill daughter was allowed to roam free despite history of self harm and suicide attempts.
Poor behaviour from some duck shooters mars opening weekend for many.
Cats are funny things, particularly when it comes to children.
A man has been injured after the ute he was travelling in rolled into a ditch in Otatara.
The trial of a man accused of sexually assaulting his sister and cousin when all three were under 18 has begun in the Invercargill District Court.
He set off for Gallipoli as one of New Zealand’s highest ranking officers - to “strike a blow for the Empire”.
Few Southlanders have heard of Makarewa nurse Lily Lind, who was on the frontlines well before her compatriots joined the fight.
OPINION: We'll be showing the prince one of our own crown jewels.
Should a Christian church be so tetchy about tai chi?
Venture Southland is launching a "Tunes and Tries" promotion to entice people south for an action-packed Queens Birthday weekend in Invercargill.
Fonterra's premium offer for more South Island winter milk described as a "token gesture".
10 min ago Titan Banner, rated by Westwood trainer Graeme Anderson as the best pacer he has trained, will step out at Addington on Saturday.
Unlike traditional touch, in turbo touch the ball can be passed forwards, backwards, sideways with teams only having two possessions to create a Touchdown
The Bluff Oyster Festival is still a few weeks away, but the bands are ready to perform for the faithful Bluff crowds.
Wakatipu High School student Luke Petre's love of jazz music has seen him selected for the New Zealand Youth Jazz Orchestra.
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