New cupcake store off to sweet start despite owner facing a personal challenge.
The proposed Haast Hollyford Highway project drags on.
Domino's Pizza wants to expand in Invercargill, but hasn't been able to find a site for a second store.
Kiwis are becoming a minority in their own backyard, only making up a quarter of walkers on iconic tramps.
Broken doors, litter and verbal abuse at Invercargill business.
Newly appointed chief executive Kirk Hope loves surfing, soccer, and spinning discs.
Record crowds and unexpected spending have capped off the Southern Field Days at Waimumu.
Invercargill meatworks staff told to go home until further notice.
New, modern and efficient dairy conversions mean Southland is becoming more important to NZ's dairy production, John Key says.
Queenstown packed to start Chinese New Year, with some operators reporting records.
Chinese restaurants are fully booked for the next week, streets are filled with tourists, but an even bigger wave is coming to Queenstown this weekend.
Shareholders use Southern Field Days to fire shots at major meat and dairy co-operatives.
South Port's net profit improved by more than 50 per cent in the second half of 2015.
A humble science project has turned into an award-winning venture for Matamata teenager Patrick Roskam.
Southland blueberry farm aims to increase its production tenfold in 2016.
New app helps busy, tech-savvy farmers deal with health and safety.
New health and safety law affects volunteers and charities, writes Mike Mitchell in Work To Rule.
Move to mainland not because of tensions on Stewart Island, shark dive operator says.
Lyndon Tamblyn likes to talk a bit of bullshit.
An historic Central Otago pub that offers a "rich back story" to Bannockburn's gold rush era is on the market.
Nominations for the 2016 Dairy Women's Network awards have opened.
Public stink over plan to remove 29 trees on Ladies Mile on the outskirts of Queenstown.
You can almost hear Roger Bell's grass growing on his Waimatua sheep farm.
An Invercargill real estate agent has been fined $1000 for failing to prepare a market appraisal.
Southern tourism operators, crayfishers and police poised for Chinese New Year influx.
At 87 years old and with 318,000km on the clock of his wee Fiat, James Pirie is a true champion.
Tourists too scared to take to the wheel, or wanting a more relaxing holiday, are paying to be chauffeur-driven around NZ.
A survey of manufacturing in December showed an increase in domestic sales almost made up for a 10.76 per cent drop in export sales.
Air NZ to adapt specialist navigation technology to popular ATR turbo prop aircraft.
Bell & Wyatt's bizarre barrage of bits and bobs reopens.