Man who accidentally shot dead his son during hunting trip discharged without conviction.
As peak tourist season approaches, a Southern Lakes resident worries about the safety of her family.
Forensics police investigate sudden death of 17-month-old infant in Southland.
Winton's Jumbo Takeaways has opened the doors of its new store.
Dog hailed a hero after alerting owners to a fire threatening their house in Tuatapere.
New study says NZ farmers think they're invincible on quad bikes.
EDITORIAL: Let's not condescend to those in the 14-hour homeless challenge.
Bike races on public roads should not be happening, a Wyndham resident writes in a letter to the editor.
EDITORIAL: Animal cruelty is sometimes extravagant, sometimes discretely slug-sized.
EDITORIAL: Why not get artful with seasoned skin?
Today I focus on three common, but potentially costly, tax fallacies.
Winton takeaway store opens new doors.
There are only a few seats left on Invercargill's first international flight to the Melbourne Cup.
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.
Quartet had her second barrier trial win in a fortnight at Wingatui on Tuesday.
Plans to race high profile pacer Dalton Bromac at the NZ Cup meeting are in disarray.
Southland football teams are unlikely to enter a proposed new South Island competition.
Southland cricket coach Steve Jackson says the province's leading players are the most focused he has ever seen them and have set standards he concedes are strict.
Three players are in line for their Otago debut in the absence of eight injured players.
Bluff is to be celebrated in a childrens book featuring Mayor Tim Shadbolt, South Port and Burt Munro.
$43m redevelopment plans 'not dead in the water' despite lack of progress.
Chris Wilmot has been playing with trains since he was a boy.
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.
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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