Filming for the Goodbye Pork Pie remake has come to Invercargill.
Being in the spotlight sin't something Daniel Wilson is used to, he's usually the one behind the light pointing it at the stage.
Invercargill's Singing Butcher, Gerry McSoriley, has unveiled a fresh new cut - his own CD.
Eighteen children played a concert for residents at Peacehaven on Wednesday.
Filming of Pork Pie, the remake of Goodbye Pork Pie, has come to Southland.
Traditional Kiwi pie transcends NASA's Wanaka balloon, for now.
Hello, I'm Johnny Cash.
Melissa McCarthy certainly wasn't the boss she needed to be in this one.
Scientists knit while balloon lies idle.
In a changing world the New Zealand Defence Force must adapt or risk becoming irrelevant, Sgt Rory Lorimer of the Linton Military Camp says.
On arrival to the Winton RSA, it is warm, lively and inviting.
It's not often someone would have a photograph of a soldier they don't know the identity of hanging on their wall.
The main room at the Balfour RSA isn't large. There is some sitting room inside, yet nearly the whole town needs to fit inside.
Lumsden RSA president Evan Hankey's father was old enough and well equipped to go to war.
Outgoing Mossburn RSA president Rob McBride wouldn't be surprised if Anzac Day became the national day.
Standing on board a troop ship that had a huge tear in its bow, Invercargill man Ivan Dawson wasn't scared.
There's a changing face of art in Southland, but who's driving us in the right direction?
Gore is one of the success stories of the present-day Returned Services Association.
From rolling Rs to roads like runways and celebrities with no need for a surname, an Aussie's thoughts on Invercargill.
Peter Pan might tell you to never grow up, but these storytellers think you could never be too old for a good story.
In town for one night only - the White Night.
The hunt is on for authentic 1920's props as Showbiz Queenstown gears up for its 2016 production, Annie.
Bluff creativity awards cancelled
This time round, Invercargill's got a bit more of a finger in the pie.
The future of art in Gore is looking bright.
This $4.2m feat of engineering was being unveiled in Cromwell. But it had a problem.
After a year in the planning the Central Otago Winegrowers' Association is pleased to announce the launch of their new look Central Otago Wine Map.
Retired Dunedin school principal, author and historian, Dr Danny Knudson, has had a fascination with the Skippers Canyon for more than 50 years and this week launches his second book on the area.
Wellington writers Makareti and Grace to double bill at Wanaka ideas festival.