2:45 PM Annual garage sales attract hundreds of bargain hunters.
550,000 litres of water drains from pool overnight.
Former Silver Fern in critical condition after collapsing during a game of touch rugby.
Family secretly recorded CYF manager admitting mistakes that saw injured toddler sent home before he was killed.
A training day to teach people how to care for stranded marine animals has been held.
A woman was picked up by helicopter after she became lost on Stewart Island.
3:04 PM Two people have been cut from a car after a crash on the Kingston Rd, between Queenstown and Kingston, on Monday afternoon.
2:54 PM About 50 bikers roll into Central Otago to spread a message.
Chinese New Year contributed to the record 381,100 visitors who arrived in January.
Overseas visitors expecting pristine countryside are being put off by NZ's pollution.
Founder Hamish McGregor says Wanaka community support is behind huge growth of family app.
40 temporary units in Queenstown to accommodate retirement village builders have been proposed.
A boom in tourists and building made Queenstown Lakes the place to find a job last year.
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There were some excellent performances at the Southland Athletics Championships in Invercargill.
The Southland secondary schools sports summer season is in full swing.
Two young Kiwi blokes will be taking on the world's best young golfers in the United States in August, after cleaning up in the US Kids Tour finals on home turf.
Southlanders line up for Highlanders B team against a Crusaders B team on Saturday.
The southern netball community are devastated with the news Tania Dalton is in hospital fighting for her life.
A reusable bag movement will also be launched.
The dancers' passion and chemistry was alight in the company's performances of Roland Petit's L'Arlesienne and Carmen.
Supporters of a new $5.5 million Maniototo health facility are seeking a $1m contribution from council to help close a $3.5m shortfall.
While the rest of her friends were busy packing to go to university, Sarah Sarfaiti decided to set up shop in Invercargill.
A proposed change to how water is taken from streams or tributaries around Otago has been dubbed 'sneaky' and 'vague'.