Nominations will open next week for candidates wanting to fill the Dunstan Constituency vacancy on the ORC created by the recent passing of Dr Maggie Lawton.
Otago regional councillors have put a halt to the development of a new water plan for the region.
Martin Curtis has been recording songs of war, mountains, keas, and his love of the land for more than 35 years.
My ballroom dancing experience boils down to four awkward 30 minute sessions during high school PE classes about 10 years ago.
Remember those television commercials: Kiwi Christmas, the Tortoise and Hare, Snow Fight? Tim Pierce made them. What's he up to now?
Kai has its eye on a national Trustpower award
The hebe has a worldwide reputation.
One of the remotest visitor sites in New Zealand is Astronomers Point in Dusky Sound.
Farmers fear livelihoods will be lost and families forced to sell land with changes to water allocation on the horizon and a 2021 water consent renewal deadline looming.
A Southland man's final gift to the community is his love of books.
Can you recite New Zealand road code of by heart? Anoop Kumar can.
New Zealand's oldest working flax mill is opening its doors to the public on the weekend.
"We apologised for interfering but he said 'don't be sorry for something you haven't done'"
Forty years of floral art has been celebrated in Winton with a display of creative talent by the Central Southland Floral Art Club.
A festival in Gore has gradually become focused on live music, attracting hundreds.
New Zealand actress Danielle Cormack is on a mission to dispel the myth motorcycles are for men.
Invercargill artists have found a home among beer kegs and brewery machinery.
A Cromwell architectural graduate has pitched a grand proposal for a water-front town centre.
After five weeks of intensive training my time to shine came. I ran six kilometres as part of the Invercargill Surf to City event and survived.
When, within the first 10 minutes of a show, the comedian has managed to insult most of the crowd, but still have them laughing, you know it is going to be a great show.
After almost 10 years Ethan Flack and Brendon Baucke found themselves back in their high school kitchen.
The creative force behind some of fashion's biggest names will be part of the annual iD event.
The diversity of irrigated agriculture in the Central Otago is something the rest of NZ should aspire to, Irrigation NZ chief executive says.
A southern family looking for relatives of a World War I soldier to reunite them with a memorial plaque say they have been overwhelmed with support.
Monday morning started off badly for three people whose cars rolled in crashes in the Central Otago and Queenstown Lakes regions.
The past will be brought to life on Sunday, March 19 when machinery from as far back as the turn of the 20th century will be put to work in Winton.
A new collection of history and research books just unveiled at the Winton library is drawing lots of local interest.
The earthquake-prone Wyndham museum will be demolished and new one built in its place.
New Zealand actor Greg Johnson sheds some light on his new play "My Dad's Boy".
Members of Invercargill's men's choir Saints will tell you they're only in the choir because they get to go to the pub afterwards, but there's more to them that meets the eye.