More schools needed in Queenstown, Ministry of Education's survey is under way.
Judge tells son of patched Mongrel Mob member to change his ways or spend life going in and out of prison.
Wanaka Community Board candidates respond to town's affordable housing and social issues.
Hemp could be the crop that not only regenerates rural economies but gives farmers another string to their bow.
Hayley Holt wants people to join her in taking action to save New Zealand's culture and industry.
The on-again, off-again 1080 drop at Piano Flat near Waikaia rescheduled again.
Archaeological approval given for Milton exhumation project
They've been entertaining the community with their music for years, now the Winton Men's Probus Choir is celebrating 25 years together next Saturday.
One of Southland's longest standing community board chairs has concluded his political career.
One of the biggest days in the Catholic schools calendar was celebrated in Winton last week.
Church closed, so window moved to town's community centre.
Knitting is officially cool.
South Otago's own women of influence
Police assault course challenges Clutha students
South Otago High School pupils launch Soaperb
"There's someone getting in the house," husband says after spotting brazen burglar on CCTV.
One person was trapped and conscious after a crash on Clyde St.
A Green MP visiting Invercargill says making the roads more cycle-friendly could be the single-biggest way to revitalise the inner city.
The 11-year-old girl who died following a farm bike accident in Southland was bubbly, vivacious and larger than life.
The Dunedin City Council is wishing it could wind back the clock after some parking machines weren't adjusted for daylight savings.
The Oyster Cove restaurant in Bluff is likely to be closed for some time after a fire damaged the restaurant on Monday.
A mild winter and warm spring have conspired to make a a good season for Southland anglers looking to catch a few trout.
Rob, 33, has been widowed four times. His return to Dunedin has been heralded by the mass ringing of bells.
Pedestrianisation, lights in trees, kiosks, and improvements in service are on the Downtown Queenstown project list.
An app produced in Southland for home buyers seeks to demystify property law.
Dressed in "the blues" - the uniform of the Tiwai Aluminium smelter - four Southland Girls' High School students have completed a trial run in the aluminium industry.
The people of Winton are set to get their own community garden.
Council-owned earthquake-prone buildings under scrutiny in Clutha
Learning hub strengthens ties between China and New Zealand
Balclutha subdivision street name winner to be announced