An Invercargill finalist for Miss Universe New Zealand wants Southland's support.
Southern DHB tried to keep secret drug company freebies to its staff. It failed.
Emergency services called after man went through large glass window on Kelvin Street, Invercargill.
Netball fever takes over Southland as the Steel eye a potential three playoff games.
Hundreds march for Moko in Southland.
Andrew Little believes the Brexit vote should serve as a warning to New Zealand.
Richard Bevan stole $730k from a medical centre. He blew it on travel, cars, booze, casinos and a $23k golfing birthday party for himself.
The victims of an "unprovoked" attack say they have been left emotionally scarred as perpetrators sentenced.
Venture Southland is taking steps towards developing the silica industry in Southland.
Visitors from the United Kingdom pumped more than $1 billion in the New Zealand economy last year and the tourism industry is waiting to see if the Brexit has an impact on their spending habits.
Dairy payout forecast sees positive farmers outnumber pessimists for first time in 15 months.
McRae brothers involvement in pilot programme improves farm productivity.
The Southland District Council will discuss whether to support the toll road at a meeting next week.
EDITORIAL: We should be arguing law and morality. Not Marama's manners.
Ben Mack describes his difficulties in understanding Southlanders in his latest column.
A letter writer agrees with Kerry McDonald regarding what is wrong with the New Zealand economy and the way it affects Southland.
OPINION: If laughter is the best medicine, I think I overdosed last Thursday night.
A letter writer says Nick Smith has a new buzz phrase.
A proffesional boxing bout will headline this year's Fight for Kidz charity boxing event.
Time is ticking towards the Stags 2016 campaign. So how is the Southland team shaping up?
Bailey Rogerson and her mother, Michelle Northcott, have rides in the same race at Wingatui on Thursday.
Our Waikiki Beach returns to racing at Menangle on Tuesday week.
Southland's promising badminton talented was tested as the city hosted the South Island under-19 championships on Saturday.
Cultures come together to celebrate with food and song in Gore
Since the World Wars stories of heroic actions have emerged. What isn't often heard is the stories of those who objected.
Festival-goers ditched their jackets and donned their silliest costumes for the Queenstown's Winter Festival.
The cast and crew of Mary Poppins are turning up the heat ahead of their show opening in three weeks' time.
A report exploring novel ways to solve Central Otago's smog problem is "innovative" and "comprehensive".
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