The Invercargill City Council has turned a budgeted deficit into a multimillion-dollar surplus.
A coroner has recommended solo fishermen don lifejackets and carry waterproof comms gear.
The people behind the Around the Mountains Cycle Trail need to keep working together.
A busy summer of seismic mapping in the Great South Basin could lie ahead.
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New Zealand boxing team assistant coach Russell Newton continued his golden year by winning the Sport Southland Coach of the Year award.
Owners of Bluff building awaiting decision from Heritage NZ over its historic status.
It doesn't have the glitz of a Comm Games gold medal, but Jo Edwards rates the Bowls Southland tournament right up there.
Your workplace is not a "pick up joint" . . . but if your employer sacks you for treating it as such, they still need to be fair about it.
There is an unusual feature to one of our most valuable native trees, the tree fuchsia.
There won't be many GP practices left to sign up for the free under-6s doctor visit scheme by July.
Watching decent-sized asparagus spears shoot up after waiting several years is a quite a thrill.
A troupe of rootin' tootin' dancers from Waihopai School has roped its way into this year's jump jam regionals.
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