Southern metal bands Hatred and Grief are back together for the first time in 13 years.
Rising Kiwi country music star Jody Direen is making waves in Australia.
Everyone went home happy after their date with Nigella Lawson, writes Chris Chilton.
Respected New Zealand music industry executive Chris Caddick has joined the judging panel for the 2016 Southland Entertainment Awards.
Mike Chunn will join the judging panel for the Southland Entertainment Awards in March, alongside Suzanne Prentice and Jackie Bristow.
An aerobatic flight over the Highlands Festival of Speed with top pilot Ivan Krippner could be won by spectators who buy tickets to the event before January 20.
Sixites superstar Judith Durham to tour New Zealand in 2016.
$1000 up for grabs for the Southland Album of the Year.
A historic piece of earthmoving equipment is at Winton, writes Lloyd Esler.
Southern band A Chocwork Orange are making sunny, sea-breezy waves with their refreshing brand of harmony-drenched Kiwi roots and reggae. Guitarist John Pfeifer plays Q&A.
A veteran Southland musician is using his stage skills to raise money for sick kids.
The Glen Country Music Club is holding its Christmas concert on Sunday, November 29, at 69 Conon St, starting at 2pm.
Southland eco-gardener Robert Guyton describes a novel use for marram grass.
EP Fight For Her
Two former Southland music students are on tour with one of New Zealand's top reggae bands.
To many, the interior of a grand red brick two-storey house on the main street of Riverton is a mystery.
Why heirloom veges - or even their wild ancestors - are best.
Wine lovers sampled and snapped up new release wines from around the Alexandra basin at the weekend.
In the early years of the 20th century British society was enthralled by the singing Maori princess with the beautiful voice.
Arts aficionados are in for a treat when the Buddhist Rain roadshow performs three southern concerts.
Playing in a goodtime originals band in Invercargill is often no picnic, and Otepuni Moonshine intend to rectify that situation.
The hunt is on to find Southland's best entertainer and musicians.
Southland metal band Hatred are playing two gigs in Invercargill.
Invercargill lawyer John Pringle's debut album was 30 years in the making.
The Glen Country Music Club will hold a concert at its clubroom in Invercargill on Sunday, October 4.
Kerry Hawkins and Les Findlater join Southland rock's Hall of Fame.
LEFT OR RIGHT
You're not going to find any third album blues in Left Or Right's latest sonic drop.