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An Auckland University student was awarded $13,000 after just nine days of employment, writes Mary-Jane Thomas.
From motorbikes to a museum opening, November has been a busy month, writes Invercargill Mayor Tim Shadbolt.
Look, it is great you are with me reading this without having to ask special permission, but believe you me, writing it has been another story.
The Waihopai River was Invercargill's favourite swimming spot where it flowed through Thomsons Bush, writes Lloyd Esler.
How a cluster of spectacularly upskilling senior citizens and an energised co-ordinator decluttered, but deepened, Mataura's tiny museum into a national award-winner. .
OBITUARY: With the sudden death in Invercargill of Irish academic John McCarthy, the international scientific world has lost a star.
Health and Safety at Work Act – you can still have Christmas, go to school, and hunt.
Call yourself a Southlander? You won't mind filling this in, then
The flowers of this native clematis were known to the early Maori as "stars of the forest".
Columnist Lloyd Esler puts out the call to Southlanders for more information about the region's history.
Two former Southland Times journalists, one dying, came back for a southern road trip to haul bits of their past back into the present tense.
Pollen allergies aren't fun, but we can't do without the stuff, Natural World columnist Paul Gay writes.
Barberry has an intriguing way to detonate a cloud of pollen, Natural World columnist Paul Gay writes.
About the South columnist Lloyd Esler, on airstrips, airports, ferrets, rowing and coracles.
Wanaka community leaders shoulder burden of town growth and launch community development project.
Who was the benefactor behind Invercargill's Feldwick Gates? About the South columnist Lloyd Esler explains.
No detention camps awaited these Aussie refugees, Natural World columnist Paul Gay explains.
Aching memories of a lost Southland nurse are revived by the centenary of the sinking of the torpedoed World War 1 troopship Marquette on Friday, October 23.
In the early years of the 20th century British society was enthralled by the singing Maori princess with the beautiful voice.
Yeverley McCarthy is opening up her idyllic Hawea Flat garden for a community fundraiser.
Lemonwood belongs to the pittosporum family and there are at least 26 species recorded as native to New Zealand.
Not for nothing did military types shorten John Hall-Jones name to Indiana Jones.
Bluff gained its electric streetlights in 1903, writes Lloyd Esler.
These three ash twigs illustrate the speed at which pollen is produced in the spring, writes Paul Gay.
About the South columnist Lloyd Esler looks west.
Come breeding season, ducks are less conspicuous, Natural World columnist Paul Gay explains.
About the South columnist Lloyd Esler sets the record straight about short place names, time travelling cars and shipwreck placenames.
Our largest gecko cannot be found on our largest islands, Natural World columnist Paul Gay writes.