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.
Employers and employees need to understand is what sort of employment relationship they are in, writes Mary-Jane Thomas in Work To Rule.
Experienced tourism professional Tim Hunter has been appointed chief executive at Southern Discoveries.
Truck enthusiasts flock to Invercargill transport museum.
New Invercargill businesses bank on local touch to set themselves apart.
Lowburn Ferry Wines from Central Otago has won top honours at the highly acclaimed Sydney International Wine Competition notching another success for its "Home Block" pinot noir wines.
A highly sought after retail location in Queenstown has been snapped up by an information and booking centre.
Two businesses are making a difference to budgets in eastern Southland.
Rental car companies expect vehicle hires to surpass 120,000 this month and visitors who haven't booked ahead could be in trouble.
Business booming at an Invercargill discount store, but not everyone's happy.
The detailed design of a Wakatipu High School is currently being finalised and will be rebuilt in Frankton over the next couple of days.
It's been a golden summer on Stewart Island, with visitor numbers up 10 per cent.
The new Waikiwi Tavern is starting to take shape in Invercargill.
Southland's first system to make power from cow manure should be up and running in a month.
Five adjoining Southland dairy farms sold for $47.1m could be biggest farm transaction in the region.
Even a smattering of Mandarin is proving useful for South Islanders doing business in China
Trees that grow under the power lines will be removed in from the Ladies Mile in Queenstown.
A Creative New Zealand regional arts pilot, worth a potential $400,000, has been awarded to the Murihiku Arts Incubator (MAI).
The importance of employers and employees understanding the 90-day trial period is illustrated in an ERA finding.
New freedom camping patrol service to be set up in the Catlins to combat problems caused by freedom campers.
Gore building firm goes into liquidation, owing more than $300,000 to secured and unsecured creditors.
New specialist museum opens in Southland, with one man saying it was like walking back into his past.