Indian flavours spice up this healthy dish from Masterchef finalist Bec Stanley.
REVIEW: Following up the once-in-a-lifetime experience of One Of These Nights was always going to be a big ask.
The seventh annual Southland Festival of the Arts has just concluded for another year.
Stephen Mulqueen is enjoying being back in familar territory.
When it meets again, the Invercargill Repertory Society committee will look considerably different.
Southern film buffs and rugby enthusiasts will have the chance to question the kiwi filmmakers responsible for The Ground We Won, at a question and answer film showing in Gore.
Comedian Rose Matafeo is on her way south: she talks hecklers, achievements and what got her into comedy.
Lake Hawea musician Anna van Riel knows how important the first seven years of a child's life is.
Winton is in its business off-season, but the general situation on the main street is positive, says a local business owner.
Thousands of Southland children can get excited for the annual children's event of the year, as ILT Kidzone tickets go on sale this week.
Those seeking a career in the wine industry have a chance to learn more, courtesy of the Central Otago Winegrowers' Association.
A yarn bombing project giving life to Invercargill's Esk St has wrapped up but organisers are hoping someone will make it a more regular feature.
If you're planning a trip to Queenstown this winter, put the Sherwood on your hit list
Former X Factor contestant Joe Irvine says he is grateful to Natalia Kills for her controversial rant that made headlines around the world.
Sonia Manaena is no stranger to lifting weights, but she's about to be lifted onto the big screen in a movie about her life.
The Southland Festival of the Arts will finish with a bang when the only show touring the region, A Boy Wonder, finishes in Stewart Island next Thursday.
Mum and reporter JO McKENZIE-McLEAN was taking on one of the biggest challenges of her life, training for the Northburn Station 50km event, but a hip injury has thwarted that path. However, the journey continues. She reports on her progress.
Steve Broad is ready to switch back to a more intimate crowd, in his first public singing appearance since leaving the X Factor NZ.
Q: What is your fondest musical memory?
You cannot get more local than dubstep and hiphop band Rhythmonyx. The band is made up of eight members and all of them live in Invercargill and for the past few years they have rented a jam-room in Spey St.
Hundreds of people flocked to Gore on the weekend for a day of celebrating dance.
REVIEW: Any show that starts with an all-in singalong by nearly 1000 people is going to be a crowd-pleaser.
Fiordland College has won the Southland Stage Challenge.
Nearly 200 Southlanders are putting on their dancing shoes and to compete in the annual Southland Festival of Dance this weekend.
Weeks of hard work are about to pay off for 12 schools as they compete in the annual Stage Challenge and J Rock competitions.
From how he felt about being eliminated to who inspired him, Steve Broad opened the floor up to his students to share his X Factor experiences.
Drinking wine is a very fond pasttime of mine, but I've never given the process of making it much thought.
Felt animal hand puppets are a far cry from the life-sized surrealist human puppets theatre company Tablo use in their productions.
The deadline is creeping up for crafty people to hand in their 2015 Fibre Octave wearable arts creations.