A trio of out-of-town are reopening the No.7 restaurant in Cromwell Mall.
After the fire she thought her 6-month-old cat was dead.
The 18-year-old Cromwell man crashed into a grit truck.
A small secretive bird is now roaming another island off the coast of Stewart Island.
Police are still searching for the man who cut off his electronic monitoring bracelet.
Following risky surgery to remove a tumour, Jaimee Fincher is back on her feet.
A former Masterchef contestant tried to climb into the wrong house and frightened an elderly Queenstown couple.
Builder who spat in his on-off girlfriend's face remanded for sentence.
After a dog's third attack on cats, Christina Laughton writes to the editor urging more action from civic authorities.
EDITORIAL: The Alfred Vincent case tests our stamina for vigilance, not vengeance
Health and safety law reform mustn't stifle the benefits of outdoor education, Catherine Kappelle writes in a letter to the editor.
OPINION:The poor financial management of the former Southern District Health Board has to be addressed and -- in spite of what the Opposition portrays -- consultation is key, Clutha-Southland MP Todd Barclay writes.
Just because we had had previous flags does not change that for more than a century we have had law, order and patriotism under this one, David Russell writes in a letter to the editor.
The Invercargill Licensing Trust has bought the Southland Times building in Esk St.
OPINION: Murray McClennan considers the changes ahead for GST and online purchases.
Small businesses, farms, and volunteers should understand the changes in health and safety legislation. Mike Mitchell sets them out.
Don Nicolson has been appointed to The Power Company Ltd board.
Seven-year-old Percheron mare sure to bring the "x-factor" to country weddings.
Most Sundays Revelation Niue runs from a church in north Invercargill to his home in south city.
Jason Gray won his second medal at the New Zealand secondary schools' indoor bowls championships in Wellington when he and Trevor Burgess finished third in the pairs section.
Winning the Top Four national secondary school girls' rugby title would be a fitting farewell for eight last-year Southland Girls' High School students.
Flynn Thomas is showing signs of a future Stags' rugby player.
Josh Kennett, who drove his first winner at Washdyke on Sunday, is now employed by the Ryal Bush stable of leading Southland trainer, Nathan Williamson.
There won’t be much of Southland left unseen after the Auckland Grammar Stage Band concludes its whistle stop concert tour of the province this week.
They may be young, but southern kids sure know how to rock.
An "open mic" night will be held at the Invercargill City Library on Friday to celebrate National Poetry Day.
In theatre circles they say the show must go on, but rarely has a leading lady given more to the cause than Rachael Scott.
I have so many bad eating habits it's not funny.
Think about where you live, learn, work and play.
Anyone wanting to start a food forest might be pleasantly surprised to find that they don't have to start from scratch.
In the old days, cooking was learnt from scratch from our mothers or grandmothers.
Labour weekend 2012 saw my husband and I making a spur of the moment decision to buy a 1974 Bedford Camper.
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