The Oreti Beach Surf Life Saving Club kicked off the 2017 training for the national championships in March.
Southland leg-spinner Jack Mockford takes 10 wickets in first two games at national under-17 tournament.
He drank 18 beers before lighting a fire and fleeing. Now Craig Scoullar is heading to prison.
A critically-endangered penguin with bites on its feet is the first patient at the South Island's only penguin hospital.
"Thoughtless" mistakes are being blamed for the adult toys and used syringes with blood in them being dumped in the wrong bins.
There will be a race within a race when the Strong family compete against each other in the Gore to Invercargill Road Classic handicap cycle race.
Family of victim tells Central Otago child abuser jailed for almost eight years that he'll never be forgiven.
Damage to seven oak trees planted to commemorate the sacrifice of Riversdale soldiers in World War 1 and the Boer War has been called dumb by the chairman of the town's Community Development Area subcommittee.
Atipa Mabonga wins triple jump at Cooks Classic event.
Discarded chemical containers prompted a Fire Service callout.
Just one change likely for Southland Hawke Cup team when the line up is confirmed for next assignment against Mid Canterbury.
There's no place like racing at home for Invercargill's NZ Touring Car Championship leader Liam MacDonald.
Gore High School's former hostel buildings now sit on overgrown, unkept grounds as they await demolition.
A man who committed a spate of burglaries in the Invercargill suburb of Richmond has been sentenced to jail.
Youth are being targeted by drug dealers using a cheap method to hook them in, anti-P advocates say.
Council says its freedom camping enforcement officers have faced a tirade of threatening behaviour.
A film depicting the trials and tribulations of the Chinese as they mined for gold in Otago and Southland will make its debut on the silver screen in Dunedin next week.
Doesn't it suck when one persons actions make your life harder.
Something spooky this way comes, but only with your help.
If a landscape isn't as beautiful as you had hoped why not change it? That is what 71-year-old photographer Dot Mulley does.
Telford to be taken over by Taratahi
Balfour School plans new event on the sporting calendar
Kari Graber says after moving to Invercargill many of her dreams were realised.
Three men sheared 1611 sheep over the course of eight hours, smashing the current world record.
Our People: Elaine Felix - Brazil
A father and son tramping in Fiordland became trapped on a small island, created by rising waters.
Motorists forked out almost $10m to park at council car parks in Christchurch and Dunedin last year.
At just 21 years old, photographer Sam Deuchrass is having his landscape work featured all over the world, thanks to social media.
The junior doctors strike, taking place across New Zealand, will be felt for much longer than the striking period, a district health board chief executive says.
Invercargill stalwarts Glenice Paisley and Pam Calder notched up their 20th Southland titles recently.