Gravity-fed brewery off to Clyde

Six-month project 'a challenge'

A gravity-fed craft brewery taking shape at Invercargill's Weldtech will find a home in Clyde.
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Protecting the public?

Dunedin man who has taken keys off foreign drivers twice says he's trying to keep people safe on the roads.

Copied letters 'gutless'

The Southern District Health Board informed 60 people of privacy breaches using photocopied letters.

Southland success on X Factor

Southland native Stevie Tonks has made it through to the next round of bootcamp in The X Factor.

Bluff oysters slow selling

Bluff oysters slow selling on day one of the season due to a lack of publicity, a retailer says.

Firefighters fight for residency

They fight fires across the Tasman on our behalf but three Southland-based Fijian men are waging their own battle to gain residency.

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Tourist went 178kmh

'My dad has diarrhoea' - A British tourist who was clocked at 178kmh tried to excuse his speeding to police. It didn't wash.

Taha complies with court order

Taha Asia Pacific has removed the last of a potentially hazardous material it had stored at a site near Edendale.

Gravity-fed brewery off to Clyde

Duo charged after 7-hour manhunt

Fun Run a hit in Winton

The Winton Fun Run went off without a hitch for the third year running.

Otautau back after hiatus

Welcome return of club and Star going it alone contribute to extended format for Southland senior club rugby.

Riversdale on track for final

Team through to Southland Combined Country cricket decider after big win and will take some beating.

Lavea leaving records in his wake

Stewart smoking it on the water

Reid on rise by going downhill fast

For someone who spends most weekends hurtling down a ski slope at more than 100kmh, Elizabeth Reid is remarkably grounded.

New airline 'totally different'

New regional airline will learn from past failure and will not compete against Air NZ, says founder.

SBS Bank signals higher surplus

SBS Bank has nearly eclipsed last year's $22m surplus just nine months into the 2014-15 year.

Taha told to remove premix

'Crazy' immigration process slammed

Figure confirms 'spectacular' sale

The purchase of OtagoNet for $153m may prove to be a poor decision, Marlborough Lines chairman says.

Knights engage in combat

Members of Invercargill Medieval club to travel to capital next weekend for a medieval tournament.

Perks of being a cowboy

It was a big weekend for Rodeo in Southland. 

Where is NZ's capital of romance?

Woolly wander around town

Camp Taringatura gets facelift

New private owner is pumping thousands of dollars into renovations at Camp Taringatura.

Not one for the banknotes

Southland artist Nigel Brown's work, Intestinal Tract, has been clenching the colons of Captain Cook Society members.

Standing safe and sound?

For safety rules on school buses, is "so far, so good'' satisfactory?

An unappealing situation? Good.

Isn't this survival-instinct stuff?

Talent show producers acted badly

The notoriety of X Factor talent show contestant Shae Brider who served six years for his role in a manslaughter is testament to the fact that putting past wrongdoing into careful context is an important thing to get right.

Dust and discourse

A collection of chairs in varying states of disrepair, coated in dust, are assembled around an old fire.

Family heads for the hills

The Murray family of Wanaka have spent the last four months in the hills, training for the tough Godzone Adventure Race.

Tumour mistaken for blocked duct

Compatible correspondents

The roguish philanthropist

Or, if you prefer, the philanthropic rogue. Either way, Louis Crimp was the stuff of legend in Invercargill. Michael Fallow reports

Southland's heritage revisited

Invercargill's CBD is about to step back in time for Southland Heritage Month.

Artist: Offence not intended

Creating art for the sake of shocking conservatives was never the intention of artist Nigel Brown

Learning curve for art president

Broad heading to the next round

Knitters plot yarn bomb

A bomb with a difference is going to hit Esk Street for this year's Southland Festival of the Arts.

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