4:15 PM It appears the mysterious balls appearing on Oreti Beach are just nature working its course.
3:53 PM Lewis Road Creamery's chocolate milk didn't last long on shelves in Southland.
Invercargill city councillor calls for poker machines to be "plain packaged" like cigarettes to help fight problem gambling.
Mystery disappearance of Te Anau couple's favourite toy has an unexpected ending.
Community housing gets boost with civil works starting for 44 houses in Shotover Country.
British tourist who told border officials he would take illegal drugs denied entry to NZ.
5:17 PM Pensioner swigs on whisky after crashing car, court told.
5:12 PM An Italian tourist involved in a fatal car crash near Riversdale in Southland on Friday has been remanded.
EDITORIAL: Now we’re getting into a flag debate, as opposed to shadowboxing a nebulous opponent
Invercargill is still too far for Jetstar. How will Air New Zealand react?
Might the Government be tempted towards transferring senior now receiving home help to profit-driven aged care facilities instead, Greg Smith wonders in a letter to the editor.
It's been 10 years since the health funding formula was reviewed -- too long, says Labour's associate health spokesman David Clark.
After a dog's third attack on cats, Christina Laughton writes to the editor urging more action from civic authorities.
Southland cannot rely on its biggest employers to remain strong in the future, Steven Joyce says.
A report identifying opportunities and factors holding development back in Southland will be presented to the mayoral forum on September 9.
With turbines churning on a grey day, Southland's newest wind farm is officially up and running.
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.
Growing numbers a priority for Southland cricket.
Southland Boys' High School are in the final of the South Island secondary school boys' under-15 rugby final in Christchurch on Thursday.
Co-coach Eddie Peters believes Southland Girls' High School have a good chance of beating Wellington East Girls' College at the secondary schools' premier football tournament in Taupo on Wednesday afternoon.
Southland Girls' High School are unbeaten after the first two days of the South Island secondary schools' netball tournament in Timaru.
Steve Tyler is making his mark in the training ranks since he turned professional and shifted to Wingatui from Te Puke four months ago.
Enter Stage Left: Pukeko Alley Gallery owner Maree Beker, in Fortrose, reveals what she loves about south Catlins.
As Polyfest wraps up organisers are trying to secure funding for the event next year.
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.
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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