Pair swept 350 metres by avalanche confirmed as 23-year-olds Louis-Vincent Lessard and Etienne Lemieux.
11:01 PM Missing South Otago man is found dead a week after he disappeared.
10:01 PM A judge was given "no other option" but to remand a teenage burglar in custody.
A group of budding teachers took it upon themselves to promote te reo in Invercargill.
Donations from the 2015 Tuatapere Lions hay drive were given to the recipients this week.
A car involved in a fatal crash in Dunedin may have been linked to an earlier petrol drive off.
Ken McDiarmid has sold more than 80 dogs at the Gore dog sale.
Invercargill is not safe for cyclists, says the family of a fatal crash victim.
Alpine tramping and avalanche advice is readily accessible, the New Zealand Alpine Club attests in a letter to the editor.
OPINION: The Government improved the rules for migrant workers but has done too little, still, for workplace safety.
Banks will be reluctant to force indebted dairy farmers to sell up, Finance Minister predicts.
It's not up to the potential employee to ask for enough time to seek independent advice. The company must provide it.
Fighting in provincial New Zealand is not holding Joseph Parker back, trainer says.
Five years or so ago I was a made aware of a talented young South Auckland boxer.
Arrowtown's own homegrown Joni Mitchell-style queen of folk is soon to release her own album.
Colour will be added to another 11 Chorus cabinets around Invercargill as the city council continues its fight against graffiti.
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