Population growth of little spotted kiwi looking brighter after chick discovered on Fiordland island.
Stock truck trailer slid down a bank near Wyndham, a number of stock had to be put down.
Simple stage props belie wonderful performances in Shakespeare in the Park's Twelfth Night.
There is no doubting Josh Well's passion for speedway.
By day, Nigel Edwards is an undertaker. By night, he's a drunken, lecherous rogue.
Spending expected to drop at Southern Field Days, but businesses targeting on-farm savings could do well.
Once a humble event, Southern Field Days is now the second largest of its type in NZ.
Challenge Wanaka Sports Trust funds free community workshop.
Could Invercargill's train station be reborn as a transit hub?
Treasure-seekers take to Invercargill's streets for a scavenger hunt.
The flightless Weka bird is making a comeback in the South Island with the help of superstar Shania Twain's ex-husband.
New Zealand gliding community in mourning after death of "experienced" pilot in North Otago.
Wanaka's forest regeneration projects hampered by drought.
Choir sells organ, donates cash to Wanaka Concert Society.
Seven kea have died after being inadvertently caught in stoat traps in the Murchison Mountains.
Fish & Game disappointed with large number of unlicensed anglers caught in Otago.
High hopes for world ranked US team, Adventure Medical Kits.
An Invercargill real estate agent has been fined $1000 for failing to prepare a market appraisal.
Levi Sherwood struggles through Farm Jam with ankle injury.
Fifteen-year-old Flynn Sinclair is a talent, there is little doubting that.
Police are investigating two separate assaults on women in Dunedin within 30 hours.
Salford School in Invercargill has hired a new principal.
Those from out-of-town and abroad agree - a sunny Southland Sunday was perfect for the Summer Sounds concert.
Southland boxer Clayton Stewart is unable to dethrone Chad Milnes.
Brendon Leitch fifth in competition standings.
An international spotlight hovered over a Central Southland sheep farm on Saturday.
Southern tourism operators, crayfishers and police poised for Chinese New Year influx.
Increased regional levies are adding stress to already under-resourced St John ambulance stations and area committees.
The flags were flying and the mainsails were hoisted, but there were no pirates to be found.
An Invercargill man has well and truly stumped the Hump.