5:00 AM Most people relax over Queen's Birthday weekend, but Jaimee Fincher will be preparing for the worst.
5:00 AM Concern is growing at the number of Southland parents failing to get their kids to school on time.
5:00 AM A cafe run by high school students is so popular tables are already booking out before it reopens.
Queenstown, Wanaka and Cromwell residents wake to a thick blanket of snow.
"Massive boom" shakes family home as lightning strikes nearby transformer.
Invercargill police are seeking the driver of a vehicle involved in a minor car crash.
Students' Association blames tighter alcohol rules for closure of student haunts Boogie Nites and Capone.
Regional councils are taking notice of a test designed to discover effluent pond-level drops.
Five important people have played a vital role in helping to mould and shape Piper into the strong, confident and independent little girl that she's become.
We had a good turn out and some honest discussion at Environment Southland's public meeting in Riverton this week. This was our first meeting to explain how we are planning to use our latest science (physiographic science) in the Water and Land Plan due out in the next couple of months.
OPINION: Why would someone who is going to a meeting, need to agree to be drug tested?
Port Otago expansion not a surprise, South Port says.
Glamour greyhound Dream Collector makes a comeback to racing at Ascot Park on Tuesday.
Ghibellines, winner of the Group II Todman Stakes, has been secured for stud duty by White Robe Lodge, North Taieri.
Indian flavours spice up this healthy dish from Masterchef finalist Bec Stanley.
The seventh annual Southland Festival of the Arts has just concluded for another year.
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