Coffee roasting venture started in Invercargill to fill gap in the market.
Stick with your dreams and just go with it, Wanaka businesswoman says.
English and Bridges visited the building site of Kawarau Falls Bridge in Queenstown on Thursday.
Southland students will benefit from renewed arrangement between the European Space Agency and the New Zealand Government.
Hangover cravings prompted Queenstown DJ to start a food delivery business.
Rumours that Kmart is coming to Invercargill are true - but a set site has not yet been nailed down.
Failed Queenstown indoor terrain park owes employees and other creditors thousands.
South Port has posted an interim profit of $4.10million in the first six months of the financial year.
Queenstown leather jewellery maker was invited to Milan fashion week exhibition.
"Racks of clothes outside a shop.. a tent, a caravan and parked campervan, a few grazing sheep"
"The end result should be warmer and drier houses, which cost less to run." Annabelle Numaguchi
Omakau, Central Otago, sat dormant for a long time - but the secret's out now.
Arrowtown School has been the guinea pig for new software developed by locals to get their messages to parents and students.
World's largest dry slope terrain park opened in December but the doors were closed by Waitangi Day.
Changes to council's building consent procedures are made, but the number of applications - and delays - grow.
Wicked Campers van signage about priests has been ruled offensive by the Advertising Standards Authority.
You'll soon be able to train 24-hours a day, 7-days-a-week in Central Otago.
The "Welcoming Communities" programme is key to the SoRDS goal of getting 10,000 people into Southland.
Seven years ago Angus and Di Woodhead drove into Cromwell in a caravan looking for work fruit picking. They ended up buying a cafe.
"It's been so horrendous," Queenstown Watersports boss says.
Bad weather is putting a damper on Invercargill City Councils plans turn Wachner Place into a food hub every Friday.
"It could be expanded as a campground or it could be turned into a housing development."
Shops in the Southland district could be able to trade on Easter Sunday.
Council wants "everyone in" on big retail switch-up for city.
Cardrona residents keen for improvements in village infrastructure.
It's a sale to rival Briscoes, but after five years it's coming to an end.
Areas such as Northland, Tauranga and Timaru are seeing growth in Chinese visitor numbers.
Labour leader Andrew Little says Auckland is becoming a "little unpleasant to live" in, as he announces first new regional funding plan.
A Chinese buyer has bought 100 per cent of Southland's Prime Range Meats, which was forced to close at one point last year.
Mt Cardrona Station's 131 hectare sleeping giant has been given a loud wake up call.