Hundreds raising money in the sunshine
The Winton Fun Run went off without a hitch for the third year running.
'My dad has diarrhoea' - A British tourist who was clocked at 178kmh tried to excuse his speeding to police. It didn't wash.
Dunedin man who has taken keys off foreign drivers twice says he's trying to keep people safe on the roads.
They fight fires across the Tasman on our behalf but three Southland-based Fijian men are waging their own battle to gain residency.
Taha Asia Pacific has removed the last of a potentially hazardous material it had stored at a site near Edendale.
Southland native Stevie Tonks has made it through to the next round of bootcamp in The X Factor.
Bluff oysters slow selling on day one of the season due to a lack of publicity, a retailer says.
Six-month project 'a challenge'
A gravity-fed craft brewery taking shape at Invercargill's Weldtech will find a home in Clyde.
The Southern District Health Board informed 60 people of privacy breaches using photocopied letters.
Two people have been remanded in custody after a seven-hour manhunt that began in Invercargill.
Southern District Health Board apologises after private details of 60 patients accidentally sent to member of the public.
Two young people arrested after party of about 200 people near Dunedin gets out of control.
A 58-year-old Nelson man has died while cycling at a popular mountain biking park near Queenstown.
Taxpayers footed a near $200,000 legal bill as David Bain challenged a rejected report into his compensation bid.
Princess Iwa a household name in Britain
The beautiful Iwa Kereti seemed a princess to war-weary soldiers. And, in a way, she was.
Cheaper alternatives to NZ wild venison knock southern suppliers out of the market, with at least one Southland business in limbo.
Stephen Combe, who died in a helicopter crash, has been farewelled at a service in Wanaka.
NZ's leading female dairy farmers will come together in Invercargill next month to discuss strategies and plan for the industry's future.
Southern budget advisors want a combined client database to prevent dishonest double-dippers.
Invercargill's CBD is about to step back in time for Southland Heritage Month.
A year and a half ago, 27-year-old Kelly Widdowson died ten times.
Rare look at hidden treasures
A mummified foot from Egypt and countless other random items lie locked in the top of the pyramid at the Southland Museum and Art Gallery.
Or, if you prefer, the philanthropic rogue. Either way, Louis Crimp was the stuff of legend in Invercargill. Michael Fallow reports
This Sunday parents will have a chance to get out and spend some quality time with their children with a range of free events across Southland.
A man suffered head injuries after trying to climb a roof to see the Dunedin band perform a surprise backyard gig.
Invercargill identity Louis Crimp has died after a long battle with cancer.
NZ's newest airline announces direct routes from regional centres to Auckland, Queenstown and Hamilton.
Taranaki and Auckland drivers struggle to pass restricted licence test while Otago-Southland drivers find success.
The Mataura Licensing Trust has approved $600,000 in grants for a new children's hub.
Eight drivers busted in three hours
Drivers from at least eight countries were caught breaking the law in Fiordland in just three hours yesterday.
Noisy sawmill that's been riling Kennington residents will never be able to comply with night-time noise limits, plant boss says.
A man, injured in a head-on smash caused by a tourist meets injured dad of 5-year-old killed in a separate crash with another tourist.
A teen killed in a Queenstown chopper crash was about to start study aeronautical engineering degree in Sydney.
Invercargill is set to ask the Gore and Southland to contribute to its brand-new asset, Rugby Park.
Rugby Park has huge potential as a venue but needs a marketing strategy, sports boss says.
Invercargill man Cody Hughes is living every boy's dream and travelling the world while he's doing it.
There's been two early morning shakes in the south and one later on in the north.
Kennington residents are concerned about possible storage of hazardous substance.
Foreign drivers have been responsible for one in every 12 fatal crashes in the South Island this decade.
A Southdown ram has sold for $15,000 - a New Zealand record across all ram breeds this year.
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