DOC backtracks on warning over trout caught in areas where 1080 aerial operations took place.
Evidence at an inquest into the death of a Southland toddler who drowned in a farm rubbish hole has been suppressed until further notice.
Dead possums found in intake to public water supply at Piano Flat, prompting health concerns.
Gore carer George Stratton is dismayed with a ban on the use of Kai Point coal from next year.
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A Southland father tried to save his son after reversing his ute over him.
It may have been her first time at a world champs but Clutha's Stephanie Botting returned a member of a world winning surf life saving team.
Firm demand occurred for a small yarding of prime sheep, large yarding of cattle and medium yarding of bobby calves at this week's Lorneville sale.
East Gore School principal Wes Gentle has mixed emotions about leaving the school where he spent his first day at the front of a classroom in 1976.
There was a time in the mid-1980s when the Todds auction site in Invercargill was proposed for the new Invercargill Public Library.
I have memories of horrible grey unpleasant smelling little cabbages.
BOOK REVIEW: Ruth Sutton's world is turned upside-down with one phone call in a compelling book that ends all too soon.
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