The Invercargill i-Site has been selected by the Ministry of Business, Information and Employment to run a pilot looking to entice visitors to the region to migrate.
Riversdale hoarder's "rationalisation" leads to nine-day garage sale.
Southern fishermen want Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy to front up over concerns regarding new commercial fishing regulations.
Southlanders have made it known to MPI staff they want to see tougher biosecurity standards for the marine aquaculture industry.
Come Monday, Telford campus will have a new owner, Taratahi Agricultural Training Centre.
Internet mogul Kim Dotcom says Queenstown offers a spy-free haven for his children as some previously frozen assets released.
Overseas officers want photos of workplaces and to see the CVs of every person who applies for a job.
When dog sleds served as make-shift chairlifts and skiiers used "suicide bindings".
Australasian doctor recruitment company grows out of its old Queenstown office with 45 staff on board.
Universal Developments has applied for a 135 lot subdivision in Wanaka.
Fears an invasive weed will establish itself in Queenstown's Lake Wakatipu are escalating as crops continue to spread in a river that drains the lake.
OPINION: A call goes out to identify men in a 1950s photo at Awarua Radio.
OPINION: Some of us will want to be laid to rest as nutrients for the natural world. That's okay.
OPINION: We exist by grace of the climate and we forget it at our peril, Joe Bennett contends.
OPINION: Letter writers on minority government and social welfare.
OPINION: The provinces have exercised a bit of political clout as the election nears.
A lot of hard work is paying off for rising New Zealand badminton star Ella Smith as she looks to qualify for the main draw at the NZ Open.
Invercargill discus thrower 'committed and focused' ahead of IAAF Athletics World Championships.
Southland junior representative cyclists Corbin Strong and Nicole Shields picked up good results as they prepare for the Junior World Track Cycling Championships in Italy.
Not only did the Gore Wanderers' impressive unbeaten streak come to an end recently, but a goal scoring record was also halted.
From Ponsonby to Invercargill for one of Auckland's top club rugby points scorers.
Her many adventures include eating seal meat in Greenland and a visit to Standing Rock.
Stop off for longer or stay a while in the small towns that confound expectations.
There are two main groups of shellfish.
The attitude that mudflats were unsightly and should be converted to dry land was prevalent in New Zealand and in an effort to speed up the reclamation of the estuary, cord grass was planted in 1932.
Central Otago's rabbit control is a "train wreck" with the ORC allegedly disrupting winter poisoning programmes.