6 min ago Woman proposes enclosures as alternative to help Southland cats avoid curfews.
3:29 PM Food, fun and mayhem as students celebrate SIT's Orientation Week.
3:36 PM The Southland Museum and Art Gallery has been closed to the public after a power cut.
3:13 PM Southland cyclist Eddie Dawkins will wear both provincial and national colours at the Elite Track National Championships.
2:37 PM A slice of rugged coast, pristine beaches, and endangered wildlife is up for grabs.
Driver will defend manslaughter charge over smash that killed Invercargill teenager.
3:07 PM Dunedin man accused of attempted murder of a 40-year-old woman appears in court.
2:36 PM Public meeting to allow patients to give feedback to Southern District Health Board next month.
Keep cats in enclosures rather than impose curfews, says Southland woman.
Public stink over plan to remove 29 trees on Ladies Mile on the outskirts of Queenstown.
You can almost hear Roger Bell's grass growing on his Waimatua sheep farm.
An Invercargill real estate agent has been fined $1000 for failing to prepare a market appraisal.
Southern tourism operators, crayfishers and police poised for Chinese New Year influx.
At 87 years old and with 318,000km on the clock of his wee Fiat, James Pirie is a true champion.
Invercargill Mayor Tim Shadbolt gets back to basics.
EDITORIAL: No pharoah, but the Invercargill museum upgrade has had its plagues.
EDITORIAL: Nothing exceeds like excess
Some things in Southland are similar to Germany, but others are not, as Ben Mack writes in his latest column.
EDITORIAL: Honesty wasn't deemed the best policy at Lincoln University.
Proud dad Keith Murray can't bear to watch.
Southland cyclist Eddie Dawkins will wear both provincial and national colours at the Elite Track National Championships.
Volkstok'n'barrell launches a new campaign in the Group I NRM Sprint on Saturday.
Brendon Leitch is the leading Kiwi in the TRS this year.
Southland's Flynn Sinclair is one of several promising swimmers representing the Southern Makos at the NZ Zonal Championships.
The Southland Museum and Art Gallery has been closed to the public after a power cut.
Food, fun and mayhem as students celebrate SIT's Orientation Week.
Simple stage props belie wonderful performances in Shakespeare in the Park's Twelfth Night.
By day, Nigel Edwards is an undertaker. By night, he's a drunken, lecherous rogue.
SIT students, staff and community members celebrate Sri Lanka's independence day.
Patrick Dougherty is Fiordland College's 2015 dux.
Catlins Area School dux Abigail Clarke has only modest ambitions: she wants change the world.
Hayley Adams is Waiau Area School's 2015 dux.
A shared interest in science isn't the only common ground between South Otago High School's new co-duxes.
Head boy and girl, sports captains, now co-duxes.
Spring brings all sorts of beauty and surprises.
October 2015 has been named Stoptober. It has been designated as a month for people to get good support to stop smoking.
Two couples are using their collective skills to deliver real food to city residents.
Walking into a brick building in Riverton your senses are overwhelmed by two things.
Exercise of the week: The wall press-up
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