5:00am An ocean of cheese rolls is propelling the Bluff Sea Scouts Club to the national regatta in Auckland.
Invercargill's CBD came alive with music as brass bands strutted their stuff down the city's streets.
Rural Southland awoke to the armed offenders squad, police and dogs yesterday.
Real Journeys' passengers now have extra safety assurances after the tourism giant became a South Island leader with new Maritime NZ certification.
The actions of two young men who randomly assaulted a patron of a Cromwell bar were part of an "epidemic" of unprovoked violence, a judge says.
Four men attacked an Invercargill man this morning in a home invasion.
Relationships ruined and businesses going off the rails. Professional succession planner Joan Baker has seen the ugly side of farm succession.
Olive Dunn, a quiet creative Southland woman who put New Zealand on the floral map of the world through her pioneering work as a designer florist, her work with heritage roses, herbs and cottage gardens, has died in Invercargill in her 97th year.
Tony Cole thought his wife was dead when he saw her battered and white body after she'd been trampled by her horse.
Israel briefly deployed ground troops inside the Gaza Strip for the first time, part of a widening campaign against militant rocket fire.
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