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Club rugby results

Club Rugby.

Southland club rugby results, May 28.

Basketballer takes aim at refs

"Worst officiating I have ever seen in my entire life they should ashamed that they collect pay cheques (sic) for this ...

A Super City Rangers player has taken aim at the referees on and off the court.

Mission to retrieve vehicles stopped

One of the 13 stranded vehicles in Central Otago.

Helicopter, bulldozer and 14 trucks turned away from Central Otago rescue attempt.

Sharks edge Rangers in NBL

Southland Sharks player Mitch Norton tries to avoid Super City Rangers players Lindsay Tait and Dillon Boucher during ...

Super City Rangers' playoff hopes in doubt after loss to Southland.

Communications in kidnap case produced

The trial is taking place in the Invercargill District Court.

 Phone recordings and text messages produced on day four kidnapping trial.

The hottest place in Southland

Hot Yoga Invercargill directors, from left, Emmanuelle Gomez, Donna Wikio and Lili Wyant say they're excited to be ...

The world's southernmost hot yoga studio has opened in Southland, and its directors say they hope to bring "warmth" to the south.

Is your Fitbit telling fibs?

Close up of guy using wearable fitness gear (fitbit)

Some fitness trackers are out of step by more than 30pc, a researcher says.

Burt Munro inducted into Hall of Fame

Southland Motorcycle Club vice president Stephen Winteringham with two replicas of Burt Munro's bike that were taken to ...

Southland motorcycling legend Burt Munro has been inducted into the Motorcycling New Zealand Hall of Fame.

Two more sign with Stags

Stags flanker Phil Halder.

Rugby Southland have contracted two further players for this year's national provincial championship season.

Townson a grassroots great

Daniel Townson playing for Blues in a Southland premier club rugby game against Waikaka in 2002.

Daniel Townson to bring up a special milestone for Blues club.

NZ lamb faces offshore competition

The Lamb Company (North America) president Tony Ruffo speaks at the Alliance Group Pure South conference in Queenstown ...

Potential constraints on the future supply of New Zealand lamb are a concern for an American company.

Taurua to bring up 100

Southern Steel coach Noeline Taurua.

Southern Steel-Northern Mystics game set for a sell-out in Dunedin.

Meth 'on tick' via Facebook

About 200 grams of methamphetamine posted to an Oamaru address was stopped by customs this week.

Police are concerned Chinese gangs are supplying the drug "on tick" after intercepting $300,000 worth.

Nurses recall days of escapades and training

The Nurses Home, opened in 1936, at Southland Hospital is sitting closed up.

Late-night food runs and trying to abide by 18 rules - it was a lot of fun and mischief for the young trainees at the Nurses' Home at Southland Hospital. Georgia Weaver reports

Wanaka developer can't wait to prepare Scurr Heights for subdivision

Some of the Scurr Heights landbank, with the Criffel Range in the background.

Wanaka developer secures tender to buy a ratepayer-owned land bank.

Clutha rugby action

Southern Battlers' Rym Geary, pictured, did some damage with the ball, during the inaugural North versus South Challenge ...

Clutha premier rugby roundup with Francis Parker

Pest proposal receives submissions

Undaria is one of the marine pests Environment Southland is trying to prevent from reaching Fiorland.

Environment Southland has received about 10 submissions for the Fiordland Marine Pathways Plan proposal.

Armed police swarm building

Police outside Dunedin's Phillip Laing House.

Armed police swoop on a Dunedin building and arrest a man "acting suspiciously".

Nightspot loses liquor licence

Suburbia, a popular Dunedin bar.

Dunedin bar loses liquor licence after firefighters find 300 people packed into 160-capacity bar.

Mossburn set sights on top teams

Rugby.

Second round of Southland's division two competition starts on Saturday.

Crowe Horwath launches Safely.nz

Safely co-founder Duncan Faulkner and Crowe Horwath managing principal Neil McAra at the Safely app launch on Thursday.

Crowe Horwath has launched a health and safety app for farms and agricultural businesses

Spark's coverage improves in Southland

Residents and visitors to the southernmost parts of New Zealand can now do more things with their mobile devices.

Spark's 4G mobile and Wireless Broadband coverage expands in Southland

Southland looks to 2020 average wage

Aerial of Waituna Lagoon, looking back onto Stewart Island, Bluff Hill and Tiwai Point.

Southland needs innovation to meet projected average wage of $63,000.

Invercargill's $4.2m art in limbo

Anderson Park house, home to Invercargill's $4.2m art collection, was deemed unfit for public access in 2014.

Anderson Park art collection may not be able to move into the CBD. 

Karen Arnold to run for Invercargill Mayor

Invercargill City Councillor Karen Arnold has announced she will run for Mayor during this year's local body elections.

Invercargill City Councillor Karen Arnold has put her hand up to run for Invercargill Mayor.

Funding boost for regions

Invercargill MP Sarah Dowie.

Southland looks set to benefit from a multi-million-dollar funding boost for regional economic development.

SDHB $32m funding boost

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman.

The cash-strapped Southern District Health Board will receive an extra $32 million in new money this year.

The humble future rugby star video

Southland Boys' High School fullback Kaleb Talamahina on the way to score a try against Otago Boys' High School which ...

Remember this name - Kaleb Talamahina, because the Southland teenage fullback has become an internet hit.

Hilton welcomes students

Queenstown Hilton hotel bartender Lloyd Gray was teaching over 80 students his cocktail-making skills during a five day ...

Queenstown students took part in a worldwide career event at Hilton resort where they made pizzas, cocktails, coffees and did site inspections.

Felling a $50,000 oak was a misunderstanding, council say

The Queenstown Lakes District Council has apologised for cutting down a 60-year-old oak tree in the Queenstown Gardens ...

Cut down 60 year-old oak tree at the Quenstown Gardens was a "misunderstanding" and Queenstown Lakes District Council apologise for it.

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