Polyfest has made its mark with Murihiku magic in Invercargill this week.
The biggest shake up of State housing in decades is about to get underway.
After false alarm police say people need to think about others around them.
A driver was taken to hospital and two cars had to be towed after a crash near Tapanui on Friday night.
Italian tourists appear to have run stop sign in fatal crash, police say.
A mastiff cross supposedly destroyed after attacking a courier has turned up alive.
Invercargill City Council staff will not face prosecution following complaints about the treatment of two dogs that were impounded in February.
There is probably diesel in John 'Pork' Rutland's blood.
EDITORIAL: The Alfred Vincent case tests our stamina for vigilance, not vengeance
Health and safety law reform mustn't stifle the benefits of outdoor education, Catherine Kappelle writes in a letter to the editor.
OPINION:The poor financial management of the former Southern District Health Board has to be addressed and -- in spite of what the Opposition portrays -- consultation is key, Clutha-Southland MP Todd Barclay writes.
Just because we had had previous flags does not change that for more than a century we have had law, order and patriotism under this one, David Russell writes in a letter to the editor.
Columnist Pat Veltkamp Smith stabilises after a few speed wobbles.
The Invercargill Licensing Trust has bought the Southland Times building in Esk St.
OPINION: Murray McClennan considers the changes ahead for GST and online purchases.
Small businesses, farms, and volunteers should understand the changes in health and safety legislation. Mike Mitchell sets them out.
Don Nicolson has been appointed to The Power Company Ltd board.
Seven-year-old Percheron mare sure to bring the "x-factor" to country weddings.
The Southland Stags' 2015 campaign gets serious on Sunday.
A Southland family is aiming to make it three Olympics in a row.
Three Southland ladies were richly rewarded when representing the South Island in the recent interisland test match at Auckland, winning medals in their respective disciplines _ Belinda Peard (singles) and Suzanne Mackie and Elaine Carnie (pairs).
The Southland Girls' High School Senior A netball team coach Natalie Avellino is hoping her team can improve on their third place finish from last year, when the South Island secondary schools' netball tournament gets underway in Timaru next week.
They are training buddies but will put that friendship to one side on Saturday night.
An "open mic" night will be held at the Invercargill City Library on Friday to celebrate National Poetry Day.
In theatre circles they say the show must go on, but rarely has a leading lady given more to the cause than Rachael Scott.
A collection of work from one of Gore's most famous artistic sons will be housed permanently at Eastern Southland Gallery.
Cartoonist and dedicated Stags fan Shaun Yeo is a full-time graphic artist who signs his illustrations simply as YEO.
I have so many bad eating habits it's not funny.
Think about where you live, learn, work and play.
Anyone wanting to start a food forest might be pleasantly surprised to find that they don't have to start from scratch.
In the old days, cooking was learnt from scratch from our mothers or grandmothers.
Labour weekend 2012 saw my husband and I making a spur of the moment decision to buy a 1974 Bedford Camper.
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