New Zealand boxing team assistant coach Russell Newton continued his golden year by winning the Sport Southland Coach of the Year award.
Owners of Bluff building awaiting decision from Heritage NZ over its historic status.
Shrek the star sheep might be stuffed, but he's still got attitude.
While some Gore shopkeepers are struggling to compete with online shopping, two businesses that do most of their trade on the internet set up shop in Gore last week.
Two ski instructors who clambered on to a commercial boat in Queenstown will make a trip to court.
Demolition worker pleads not guilty to murder charge after death of a man in a Dunedin bar.
Watching decent-sized asparagus spears shoot up after waiting several years is a quite a thrill.
The Southland nurse who pioneered Stop Smoking through schools and workplaces and became asthma educator for the Southland Asthma society has died, her farewell on Friday a reflection of Jenny Lemin's calm organised soul.
Access to top clinics would be essential if NZ was to send medics to help with the Ebola crisis.
A 15-year-old boy went into cardiac arrest after being struck by lightning on a beach north of Sydney.
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