In the South

Leaders in lavender

Lowburn beekeeper and Wanaka IT specialist thrilled with big win at Lavender Growers Association NZ supreme oil awards.

Caruncle my snood, let's talk turkey

Turkeys have been in New Zealand since 1890. Originally most were farmed along with domestic hens and ducks. Inevitably though, some escaped and became small populations of wild birds in different parts of the country.

Colour me blue, Cliff

ABOUT THE SOUTH: Bluecliffs, to the west of the Waiau River mouth, is one of several coloured Southland place names.

Femme claims bronze at Big Sing finale

Southland Girls' High School choir Femme is singing a happy tune after winning a national accolade.

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