Enhanced by the consent of their family, a story drawn from four Southland brothers slain in World War 1 is being republished.
Restaging the story of brutalised bravery is proving a passion project for Invercargill Repertory, writes Michael Fallow.
Life in the country means knowing everyone's business and what they had for breakfast.
Managers of Trade Me founder's high country station have escaped prosecution over a smoky burnoff.
Bella Kai struggled to compete with the buying power of the major supermarkets, manager Annmarie Tinnock says.
Or, if you prefer, the philanthropic rogue. Either way, Louis Crimp was the stuff of legend in Invercargill. Michael Fallow reports
A collection of chairs in varying states of disrepair, coated in dust, are assembled around an old fire.
Two longstanding Southland Times stringers' lives have entwined at Wick Cottage.
One of John Munro's earliest memories involves him riding to school on the tank of his dad's motorbike.
Tom O'Brien has toiled relentlessly for two years in some challenging terrain to realise his dream. But Hannah McLeod discovers his "mad" dream is about to be realised.