The 11-year-old girl who died following a farm bike accident in Southland was bubbly, vivacious and larger than life.
"There's someone getting in the house," husband says after spotting brazen burglar on CCTV.
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.
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
Plans to "Light up Christmas" in Invercargill brighter than ever before are already underway at ILT Stadium Southland.
Hundreds of people from New Zealand and Australia have gathered in Invercargill to celebrate the induction of six people into the NZ Road Transport Hall of Fame.
A national charity based in Southland is proving big things can happen in little towns.
A Southland automotive technology apprentice is going for gold at the National WorldSkills competition in Hamilton.
Breaking Bad in rural New Zealand
Three boys, aged between 14 and 16, held up a Gore dairy with a metal bar on Saturday.
One person had to be cut out after the car they were travelling in collided with a median strip in Invercargill.
Did an opponent plant 1080 pellets to make DOC look bad? The department calls it "very suspicious".
It was another disappointing defeat for the Southland Stags against North Harbour on Sunday.
The new Southland club softball season got underway at Surrey Park on Saturday.
Invercargill man Greg Douglas is fighting a ''terrible, horrible'' disease, as the fight goes on to find a cure.
A retired fire fighter is not called the "float guru" for nothing.
Hundreds turned out to check out the best of the best springtime blooms at daffodil shows held in Te Anau this weekend.
The Southland Rams have boosted rugby league's profile despite losing their NZ Rugby League Championship decider.
Tracy Holmes was the first New Zealander to have a liver transplant. And she's still going strong.
A person is believed to be trapped under a car after an incident in Invercargill.
The "no discipline" era of the 70s and 80s helicopter industry is still around today, says NZ Heli Assn.
A whitebaiter found washed ashore on a Milford beach on Thursday night was a Te Anau beekeeper and popular community man.