5:00am Corey Peters capped a debut Winter Paralympics with a silver medal in the giant slalom.
5:00am Salford School principal Marlene Campbell is vowing to fight after being sacked.
5:00am Passengers aboard a Stewart Island ferry got more than they bargained for on the Foveaux Strait.
5:00am More Southlanders are turning to solar power for their homes, new numbers show.
Underprivileged girls around the world will benefit from the efforts of a group of Invercargill women.
Southlanders swapped sandwiches for sausage, sushi and potatoes at the Southland Multicultural Food Festival.
Invercargill ladies bowls team representing the Southern Zone at the national finals.
People living in poorer parts of NZ are putting payment of their Sky TV ahead of their power bill, Mighty River Power boss says.
A forum for new migrants held in Balclutha in February is already producing results, with a commitment to hold English language classes for new settlers in just a few months' time.
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Stewart Island's last farmer talks about adventurous times deer hunting and sheep farming.
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