Designers choose Kiwi-made

NZ products 'unique', says designer

Customers are now looking for the New Zealand-made tag when buying boutique clothes, New Zealand designer Jon Dyball says.
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Hunter to be farewelled

The young Invercargill man tragically shot dead while hunting on Stewart Island will be buried today.

Mystery aircraft spotted

Staff at the Mandeville airfield are tight-lipped over the identity of passengers on a Pilatus PC12 that flew out yesterday.

Forbes takes Chamber reins

Businesswoman Carla Forbes is the first female president of Southland Chamber of Commerce.

Plans in place to stop pool pooper

Invercargill swimming pool bosses have a plan to stop a mystery pooper striking again on Friday.

Hunters disrupt contest

A Central Otago farmer is outraged after allegedly finding men illegally on his land during a kids' hunting contest.

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Tip-off alerts police to card scam

Police in Queenstown have revealed the scale of a highly-developed credit card scam.

Nasa readies balloon for takeoff

Nasa is attempting its second super pressure balloon launch today.

Thompson takes entertainer title

Awards recognise hard work

Singers psyched for awards

Six leading Southland entertainers are vying for singing award supremacy tonight.

Lentjes to be fifth Highlanders' No 7 this season

Otago flanker James Lentjes will make his Super Rugby debut for the Highlanders against the Stormers.

Old foes set to slug it out again

Two of Southland cricket's perennial limited overs powerhouses have set up a mouth-watering senior one-day final

Maadi novice Fry not overawed

Demons Red chasing fifth title

Sport: a cocktail of emotions

The Black Caps victory on Tuesday night was the greatest advertisement for sport I have witnessed in some time.

Artificial milk and beef on horizon

Would you buy artificial milk or beef if the price was right?

Slashed dividend upsets

Southland farmers left "shocked and disappointed" by Fonterra's decision to slash its forecast dividend.

Tourism numbers 'unacceptable'

Competition kills Bella Kai

Designers choose Kiwi-made

Customers are now looking for the New Zealand-made tag when buying boutique clothes, New Zealand designer Jon Dyball says.

Welcome to 'Bradrona'

Cardrona’s infamous bra fence has been rebranded ‘‘Bradrona’’ to raise money for breast cancer.

Barclay to judge hair 'Oscars'

Renowned hairdresser Adrian Barclay will judge the Australasian Hair Expo Hairdresser of the Year awards.

Michelle Lange ready to hand over crown

Jackie Bristow nears Pledge target

New face reflects diversity

Southland Plunket has hired its first multicultural community worker - reflecting the changing face of the region.

Never wear a skirt to the doctor

The signs were there from the start - my hip appointment was not going to go in my favour.

The roguish philanthropist

Or, if you prefer, the philanthropic rogue. Either way, Louis Crimp was the stuff of legend in Invercargill. Michael Fallow reports

Dust and discourse

A collection of chairs in varying states of disrepair, coated in dust, are assembled around an old fire.

Family heads for the hills

Tumour mistaken for blocked duct

Competition kills Bella Kai

Bella Kai struggled to compete with the buying power of the major supermarkets, manager Annmarie Tinnock says.

'A bake-off on steroids'

Queenstown dads are rolling up their sleeves and preparing for battle at this weekend's Blokes' Bake-Off.

Website makes finding an act easier

Invercargill has its very own website dedicated to taking the headache out of event planning.

Pipe band plans ceilidh

Director returns to his roots

Students capture moment in time

Artworks by SIT students will be part of the celebrations for Southland Heritage Month.

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