Payback to a long time supporter is a key reason why Olympian Dylan Kennett will be on the start line of the Tour of Southland.
No one was injured in a crash in busy Invercargill on Friday morning.
A labour shortage in the region could be eased by better training strategies, MPs say.
Aparima College has won the Southland Lions Young Enterprise of the Year for the fourth year in a row.
Bathurst Resources has been awarded a consent for a third mine in Nightcaps.
New Zealand cyclist Hayden Roulston is excited to be challenging for his fifth Tour of Southland title.
7:33 PM Southern United haven't scored a goal in their last 225 minutes of football.
6:06 PM In his early days of racing cyclist Hayden Roulston took inspiration not from other riders, but pro wrestlers like Hulk Hogan and the Ultimate Warrior.
The Gore mayoralty campaign is unfolding as multi-issued.
As her first term as an elected city councillor draws to an end, Karen Arnold talks about why she is running for mayor.
Airfares, an innovators scheme and council staff relationships are issues close to home for mayoral candidate Tom Conroy.
Incumbent mayor Tim Shadbolt says bureaucracy could be more flexible to ease pressures on new businesses.
In his early days of racing cyclist Hayden Roulston took inspiration not from other riders, but pro wrestlers like Hulk Hogan and the Ultimate Warrior.
Australian report says tests show potentially harmful chemicals in Indian food imports that are also sold in NZ.
Seven of the troubled child clothing stores will close in the next two weeks, with 57 staff to lose their jobs.
Queenstown Countdown reportedly housing migrant workers in hotels as a skilled labour shortage bites.
Three Wanaka women aim to boost Upper Clutha profile on Central Lakes Trust
An ever increasing population means more noise complaint issues, airport says.
Southland District Council Mayor Gary Tong has come in to bat for the work of Environment Southland's Ali Timms and Marion Miller.
EDITORIAL: It wasn't even meant to be scary.
A reader wished the world would revolve less around money and more around people, animal and environmental welfare.
EDITORIAL: NZ's free trade delegation was grounded in Townsville rather more emphatically than in reality.
When a big act comes to a small town everyone gets excited.
Southern United haven't scored a goal in their last 225 minutes of football.
The next generation of Southland sports stars will be formally recognised next Friday.
Miss Three Stars, who missed an important race at Gore, is now entered for Tuesday's Wingatui meeting.
A stage win on the Australian National Road Series has given Kiwi track cyclist Nick Kergozou renewed confidence.
Pulp Fiction is good enough to win off a 40 metre handicap in Saturday's Riverton Cup.
A new parasite has been discovered in fish from Central Otago's Lake Hawea, and could be in other southern waterways.
Flagons and Foxtrots will bring old-time dance tunes back to Cromwell Memorial Hall with a Fine Thyme Theatre show.
Here's Johnny, Regan and Freddy for your Halloween horror viewing pleasure.
Central Otago's new mayor has been presented with his mayoral chains and officially sworn in.
Central Lakes Trust gives 50 students a financial leg-up for tertiary studies.
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