Two-time Olympic medallist Hayden Roulston will retire after the Tour of Southland.
It's cheaper than ever to fly to London - so why is it still so hard to get anywhere from Invercargill?
Miss Flett remembers: Milton celebrates 160 years of education in South Otago
Man arrested for disorderly behaviour in Invercargill after taking a baseball bat to group dispute.
A car with two people inside has ended up in a river in South Otago.
Sheep didn't appeared fazed at a large hedge fire in Willowbank on Friday evening.
Govt inspection of Dunedin student flats finds mould, damage, poor insulation and rotting floorboards, but they missed the fleas.
Michael Laws' opponent "absolutely gutted" recount has been denied after losing council seat by just five votes.
Dogs on Stewart Island are in for a shock on Monday.
The last one failed when it was most needed, but a new screen at a Dunedin pumping station will perform better, council says.
There's a mixture of old and new players in the 2017 Netball South development training squad.
An Invercargill man is facing multiple charges for fraud.
Southern United face a stiff first up challenge in the new national football league competition.
Tree barbers have taken to the gum trees along the Te Anau lake front.
Can the Southland Regional Development Strategy unite us on inner-city rejuvenation? It better, for all our sakes.
The focus for Stags coach Hoani Macdonald now switches to preparing for a better showing in 2017.
Interest in Winton's community garden is blossoming as businesses donate products and local people line up to lend a hand.
Several readers are not happy with a government announcement to spend $1 billion building prisons.
The king of shearing in New Zealand is on his way to Southland to take part in a unique event organised by Limehills School students.
This year's Starlight ball is set to be as successful as ever.
Planes, trains and automobiles will all be on show at the Great Little Train Show.
Exuberant young fashionista Lily Max learns to ski in second novel.
Farmers are only reporting 30 per cent of crimes in rural areas, police say.
A much-loved speech and drama teacher, and aunt, Nora Brophy has passed away at the age of 84.
"We often think of Queenstown as a young people's town. Maybe it is, but that doesn't mean we're not here."
A great Silver Fern has ended her 141-test run, with little more than a pat on the back.
Australia send the Silver Ferns home disappointed, edging them out for a 49-45 victory.
Southland's Tom Scully wants to conquer the cycling world - and he's taken the first step to making that happen.
Aliyah Dunn to play for Junior Tall Ferns at the Hoop Nation Tournament.
Colac Bay residents are not happy with the way the Southland District Council is fixing the Foreshore Rd erosion.