Wedding vows arouse civic visions

Wishing you every happiness together...

OPINION: Could the sort of collaborative effort that goes into a wedding apply to Invercargill's CBD upgrade?

Street art to go global

Artist Danny Owen, aka Deow, beside one of his murals in Invercargill which will feature on the global Street Art Cities ...

Southland street art is set reach a global audience after works have been included in a website for art hunters.

'We are One' movement inspires designer

Gore fashion designer Viv Tamblyn working on her next creation.

Inspiration comes Prime Minister's We Are One speech.

Myross Bush pair win best dish

The four teams, from left, Matthew Peteru, 11, and Faafetai Lafoga, 11, of New River Primary School, Anya-May Bowen, 11, ...

Root to Tip, a national cooking competition encouraging kids to create healthy vegetarian dishes, with minimal waste, has kicked off in Invercargill.

Youth Māori addiction service launched

Nga Kete Matauranga Pounamu Trust are launching a new addiction service that incorporates authentic Māori experiences. ...

A new youth addiction service incorporating authentic Māori values is set to be launched.

In The South

MP fears wife over lake plunge in suit

MP Hamish Walker pulls out a superman pose in the Birdman Competition at the 45th Real Journeys Queenstown Winter Festival.

It wasn't the icy Queenstown lake that scared Hamish Walker..

Mud and music mayhem

People left the 2019 Gibbston Valley Concert rain-drenched and covered in mud - but they were smiling.

Music legend makes mates with mayor

Q'town boom a bust for locals


'There were times I wanted to give up' video

James is already planning his next uncycle adventure - Mt Oxford in Canterbury.

A Christchurch teenager wanted to do things a bit differently - so he rode a 152km rail trail on his unicycle.

BeatGirls deserve a 21-and-some salute

From the vaults - The Beatgirls at one of their 21sts. Whether it was their first 21st, strictly speaking, is neither ...

OPINION: The sums didn't stand scrutiny, but the performance did.

Proclaimers in Invercargill - anger and attitude, grace and gratitude

The Proclaimers, Charlie and Craig Reid.

And then, of course, that one particular song . . .

It turns out you can herd Cats

Cats, performed at Invercargill's Civic Theatre, April 18.

Proof, if proof were needed, that Invercargill's Civic Theatre is big enough to swing a cat. Or 16 of them.

Poachers put on notice

Argyle Station Farmer Jeremy Gunton

Police say inquiries are continuing after three alleged poachers were discovered on a Northern Southland station.

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