Former Southland woman Ann Bodkin credits being prepared for her survival in the Canterbury earthquakes.
NZ cyclist Hayden Roulston wins gold at Oceania Track Cycling Champs in Invercargill.
ABs move into RWC quarterfinal with confidence after convincing win over Tonga.
Since having his cochlear implants switched on, Masyn Johnston-Weir has found a new love for the sound of music.
$43m Southland Museum and Art Gallery plans 'not dead in the water' despite lack of progress.
EDITORIAL: Broadband connectivity simply must improve. Sharpishly.
EDITORIAL: Why not get artful with seasoned skin?
Today I focus on three common, but potentially costly, tax fallacies.
OPINION: My wife and I are going through the stages of our youngest child getting into the workforce after finishing university and she is starting to ask some awkward questions.
Reporter Jo McKenzie-McLean is continuing her Uphill Battle journey learning to live with a hip injury and looking for a new challenge.
New maps needed
Invercargill's popular Garage Re-use Shop is up for sale.
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.
Former Southland pacer Ted West won his Australian debut at Penrith on Thursday night.
New Zealand cyclist Hayden Roulston has won a gold medal at the Oceania Track Cycling Championships in Invercargill.
Moaar wanted from Stags finale.
Jamie Searle's selections for the Gore Harness Racing Club meeting on Saturday:
Wild Bill, the beaten favourite in the Wairio Cup at Winton in May, could make amends in the Winton Cup on Sunday.
$43m redevelopment plans 'not dead in the water' despite lack of progress.
The Bluff Drama Club's theatre restaurant show Let's Go To Chateaux Foveaux is hitting the stage.
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.
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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