A stalwart of the Kingston community and a train driver has passed away.
A man's hand was left "just" hanging on after a machete attack near Dunedin.
In a mere eight hours, Invercargill shearer Leon Samuels sheared 605 ewes - breaking the world record.
New Winton Community Board chairman Brian Somerville wants to get help get people involved in helping their communities.
Stargazing is being investigated as a tourism product for Southland.
Crew on board the HMNZS Otago navy ship got the weekend off to relax in Bluff before the ship leaves for the Auckland Islands.
The day after breaking a world shearing record, Leon Samuels was back at the sheds to help with the clean up.
The Invercargill City Council has received 16 appeals against its district plan.
Wanaka on tenterhooks as they wait for Hunter Valley Station terms and conditions
The Teat family are planning an artisan's hub next to Wanaka's charming Bullock Creek. But first, they want to sort out a road road reserve encroachment.
Coffee roasting venture started in Invercargill to fill gap in the market.
Stick with your dreams and just go with it, Wanaka businesswoman says.
English and Bridges visited the building site of Kawarau Falls Bridge in Queenstown on Thursday.
Of course, Southland Hospital needs more money to do its job.
Students operating the School Patrols on the crossings at their schools are new and inexperienced so are often hesitant in operating the signs.
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There's a new idea that might be the solution to runaway populism.
The councillors of the Southland District Council have to show some courage and admit that the cycle trail was a disaster from the outset.
Representative tennis players helped their schools to success at the Southland secondary schools tennis championships.
Southern United's Andrew Ridden thinks that overseas players have improved the quality of the Stirling Sports Premiership.
The search for the next NZ Black Ferns Sevens rugby star is coming to Southland.
First win at Gore harness racing meet for 20-year-old.
Sri Lankans and Indian cricket fans are indulging their love of the game in Southland.
How does one single female spend a Valentines Day evening, what is there to do for a mouldly.
How well do you know The Sound of Music?
A star of the small screen will be in Tapanui in June.
Business owners Barry and Maree Keen have plenty to offer their customers.
CAPTIONS / PHOTO IDS: Winton community garden chairman Mark Taylor and volunteer Graham Beggs get to work on the garden's new site, donated by Ravensdown. MARY WITSEY