Missing South Otago man Ian Mathieson has been found dead a week after he disappeared.
A district court judge was given "no other option" but to remand a teenage burglar in custody.
In terms of a hot August night - Invercargill may never have seen anything like it.
"It was the best day of my life," he says.
Pair swept 350 metres by avalanche confirmed as 23-year-old French Canadians, Louis-Vincent Lessard and Etienne Lemieux.
Ken McDiarmid has sold more than 80 dogs at the Gore dog sale.
Donations from the profits of the 2015 Tuatapere Lions hay drive were given to the recipients at the general meeting of the Tuatapere Lions Club this week.
A group of budding teachers took it upon themselves to promote te reo in Invercargill.
Invercargill is not safe for cyclists, says the family of a fatal crash victim.
Police suspect car involved in crash was same one used for an earlier petrol drive off.
Two duck hunters who were caught shooting without a licence and with lead shot were sentenced in the Gore District Court on Wednesday.
Invercargill's mystery pool pooper hasn't been found, despite a "tasteful" CSI investigation into the code browns.
Stewart McKnight has been curling for over 60 years and won three Bonspiels. Jo McKenzie-McLean talks to the life-time member and patron of the Blackstone Hill Club.
A Queenstown filmmaker plans to highlight New Zealand's policy and treatment of refugees.
About the South columnist Lloyd Esler looks back at the achievements of the great southern cyclist Warwick Dalton.
Here you go, one of the first signs of spring springing.
A driver unfamiliar with a jet boat crashed into rocks, fatally injuring a passenger.
Two bodies found in avalanche debris down a gully near the Kepler Track have been brought to Invercargill for identification.
Under a new fee regime Environment Southland can charge up to $333 an hour for researching official information requests.
The Salford School community knows the outcome of a hearing involving its former principal Marlene Campbell.
A disqualified driver who bought a car and attempted to drive it home has told a judge he thought he would "be a bit sneaky".
Ian Baldwin was an impulsive attention seeker when he was a school kid.
The Invercargill City Charitable Trust will take over the financially troubled Rugby Park, but the ownership saga will drag on for at least a few more weeks.
A teen accomplice who came to Dunedin on a mission to rape has been released into the community.
An issue with some SBS bank cards resulted in customers being charged for transactions which showed as 'declined' on Sunday.
The Invercargill City Council hopes to drastically increase the number of people walking and cycling to work by promoting the fact the city is small and flat.
Issues with Otautau water supply resolved
Introduction of Genetically Modified Organisms hotly debated at Invercargill meeting
Low-cost Invercargill GP service set to extend services to include nurse assessments in a bid to reduce waiting times.
Southland Scottish dancers are set to have a ball on Saturday.