Invercargill rock band Zutto are surfing a zen wave.
Enter Stage Left: Pukeko Alley Gallery owner Maree Beker, in Fortrose, reveals what she loves about south Catlins.
As Polyfest wraps up organisers are trying to secure funding for the event next year.
There won’t be much of Southland left unseen after the Auckland Grammar Stage Band concludes its whistle stop concert tour of the province this week.
They may be young, but southern kids sure know how to rock.
An "open mic" night will be held at the Invercargill City Library on Friday to celebrate National Poetry Day.
In theatre circles they say the show must go on, but rarely has a leading lady given more to the cause than Rachael Scott.
A collection of work from one of Gore's most famous artistic sons will be housed permanently at Eastern Southland Gallery.
Cartoonist and dedicated Stags fan Shaun Yeo is a full-time graphic artist who signs his illustrations simply as YEO.
Southern artist Lizzie Carruthers has been a farmer all her working life. She talks about inspiration and life as a rural artist.
Invercargill apprentice hairdresser Hannah Oxley has taken out the top spot in a New Zealand Fashion Week competition.
It started with a blank canvas. Now 30 artists have created the Arrowtown Spring Arts Festival.
After a long involvement in music, Tapanui artist Norma Parks has transferred her creativity into the visual arts, winning the People's Choice Award at the West Otago Art and Craft Exhibition earlier this year. She talks about her journey into art and creating in a rural setting.
High-profile Southland country singer Bryan Townley has added a second, matinee concert next month after his Spring Country Showdown sold out within days.
You need a drummer for a jam? Dave Conner is good to go, any where, any time, any place.
Auckland Grammar School's Stage Band will bring its music south next week in what will be its last visit to the province.
Eastern Southland Gallery to exhibit local artist's work.
Bands from all over New Zealand will rock Bluff for more than seven hours in October to raise money for Nepal earthquake relief.
A record number danced the night away at the Invercargill Rock 'n' Roll Club's annual championships.
Elston Lea Kindergarten pupils are an artistic bunch, creating a Maori cloak with a twist.
The great news is - Craig won the 2015 Male Vocalist of The Year.
They're called The Silence Machine but they make quite a racket.
Year 12 drama students at Mt Aspiring College hope to entertain and challenge in next week's production: Revenge of the Amazons.
It seems Isla Grant doesn't have time to stop touring.
Wanaka country singer Jody Direen has won a top national country music award.
We should have free concerts at Wachner Place.
Two former senior queens of the Alexandra Blossom Festival are joining a drive to promote the competition.
The long-awaited south city sculpture has at last taken its place over the entrance to Russell Square in Invercargill.
About 30 art pieces created by Southland youngsters went on display at Southland Museum on Sunday in celebration of Polyfest.