Bluff port looks at buying larger tug as size of ships continues to increase.
The South Invercargill McDonald's is due to open towards the end of November says a spokeswoman for the restaurant.
A site for the Southern Dairy Hub should be confirmed by spring, Southern Dairy Development Trust chairman Matthew Richards says.
Despite its prime spot on State Highway 6 Lumsden's main street sees ups and downs like all Southland towns.
Sonita Chandar reports on an award-winning Southland couple who battled through a tough season
Winning the nation's top farming award has special significance for a Rotorua couple.
There are a number of things that have been annoying me lately – more than usual.
Fonterra confirms that massive jobs cuts are underway after a series of leaks about staff meetings across the country.
Worried farmers 'beyond words' after eighth consecutive fall in Fonterra's GlobalDairyTrade auction.
Southland businesses could soon have the opportunity to learn how to improve their efficiency with a national programme aimed at gaining business sustainability.
Former Invercargill man Jason Paris has taken up a top job with Spark.
Southland Times building still on the market.
Tiwai decision whether to end its power contract with Meridian is too close to call, industry sources say.
Southland has a compelling case to be one of Jetstar's new regional destinations, industry leaders says.
Tuatapere is one of the many Southland towns suffering from a decline in population, and businesses on the main street continue to battle with keeping their doors open.
City council encourages smelter to rehabilitate Tiwai site if its closes, owners say they have plans in place already.
Southland's economy would not be unscathed if Greece exits European Union, economist warns.
Wednesday is d-day for New Zealand Aluminium Smelters, when bosses must make a decision about its electricity contact.
Chairman blames farmers for a more than $700,000 drop in annual profit.
Cloud-based Invercargill bean-counter reckons he's helping disrupt age-old accounting traditions.
Craig Macalister rips into problems with the latest tax legislation before the House.
Three buildings belonging to late Invercargill businessman Louis Crimp are for sale.
Southern veterinarians believe herbicide tolerant swedes were the cause of more than 200 cattle deaths.
John and Catherine Ford have won NZ's pre-eminent farming prize, the Ballance Farm Environment Award.
Preparations are hotting up for September's Southland Business Awards.
Queenstown Airport has doubled the size of its international operations with a $17 million expansion.
Invercargill-based bank has a bumper result, and unveils plans to refresh the brand and branches.
Ever since Invercargill woman Donna Dawson got married, she has dreamed of working in the wedding industry.
A freelance web developer is trying to bring the growing global trend of "coworking" to Central Otago.
Three Queenstown Lakes companies won the big awards at the recent 2015 HYNDS Construction Awards for Otago.