16 min ago The South City Mall revival, which took more than two months to complete, is being wrapped up with a bang.
An 82-year-old Cromwell grandmother decided she needed cheering up when she walked into tattoo studio Central Ink.
Southlanders confused as to how power became so costly after mammoth bills.
Burglars at Otago golf club may have ingested rat poison while breaking into a safe.
Southlanders to give up roof over their head to spend 14 Hours Homeless.
Police following several "lines of inquiry" as they investigate threat to University of Otago.
Firefighters moved quickly to extinguish a fire in a tractor in Wallacetown on Thursday evening.
WasteNet Southland's advisory group has called for more information on glass recycling costs.
EDITORIAL: Broadband connectivity simply must improve. Sharpishly.
Petricia Kerr thanks the city council for its recent work to improve Waverley Park in a letter to the editor.
It's not a competition. Still . . . third eh?
The National Party are a government that distract the constituent with fast and clever tricks to take their mind off this country's real problems.
Spring is full of surprises, many relating to spring cleaning, writes Pat Veltkamp Smith.
The South City Mall revival, which took more than two months to complete, is being wrapped up with a bang.
Invercargill mobile travel broker set to take flight on October 19.
Council seeks businessperson to complete its new Airports Reference Group.
Ten years of Lord of the Rings fever is being celebrated by a Glenorchy business.
Invercargill's property market is heating up this spring, with some properties selling as soon as they are listed.
New Zealand have won the elite men's team sprint at the Oceania Track Cycling Championships.
Southland is off the mark at the New Zealand Boxing Championships in Invercargill.
Marist look to be 2015/16 competition favorites again.
The New Zealand team has won the elite men's team sprint on the opening night of the 2016 Oceania Track Cycling Championships in Invercargill.
Logan Savory's weekly Sav's Say column.
An 82-year-old Cromwell grandmother decided she needed cheering up when she walked into tattoo studio, Central Ink.
Arts aficionados are in for a treat when the Buddhist Rain roadshow performs three southern concerts.
Playing in a goodtime originals band in Invercargill is often no picnic, and Otepuni Moonshine intend to rectify that situation.
The hunt is on to find Southland's best entertainer and musicians.
A haunted house legend in Central Otago is coming to cinemas.
Walking into a brick building in Riverton your senses are overwhelmed by two things.
It was great to read in last week's Southland Times about changes to food policy at Rugby Park.
The correct way to do a wall sit.
A former gang headquarters is now becoming the heart of its community and giving back to its residents by way of food.
Been thinking about quitting smoking?
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