Southland's earliest locomotives ended their days as stationary engines, although the first of them, Lady Barkly, was used a bush loco for a time when its passenger service was over.
An exhibition of hand-coloured photographs from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s is on display in Gore.
A young Southland singer Robert Lindsay has taken on a challenging role in Don Giovanni.
Proposed visitor levy won't go far enough to meet the "quantum" of challenges facing the Queenstown Lakes District.
Installation celebrating farming a hit at the Riversdale Arts annual exhibition.
REVIEW: Saturday was a thriller of a night for those of us who went along to the Michael Jackson HIStory Show in Invercargill.
Nanogirl Live In Engineering Magic was educational, entertaining and full of explosions.
It was funny, it was serious and it was down right outrageous.
Gore Musical Theatre's Mamma Mia should come with a warning.
The LA-based comedian left some Invercargillites speechless and others with a belly full of laughs.