Veteran rescue pilot says the Auckland Islands chopper crash survival story is among the best he's heard.
Helicopter crash survivor remembers a hole in the cloud, falling unconscious, and coming to in the Southern Ocean.
Farmers are being asked to help with college fundraiser.
When the Wendon Church was demolished, the community needed somewhere new to hold its Anzac Day services.
About 300 people living at a Queenstown holiday park face homelessness when their cabins are removed to make way for a new development.
Colours, already present but masked by chlorophyll, at last have their day in the autumn sun.
Te Anau councillor Ebel Kremer says the trio who survived a helicopter crash in the ocean 465kms south of Bluff are a credit to Southland.
Pilot remains in hospital while the two crewmen have been discharged after helicopter plunged into Southern Ocean.
Our About the South columnist reflects on 19th Century efforts to improve the capacity of Invercargill's New River port
Whether it's racing on water or land Andrew Railton and his partner Amanda McPherson are having fun in their interests away from work.
The three men who survived 'would have been concentrating on getting ashore and staying alive'.
This is the moment the three men who were found alive on a beach arrived at Southland Hospital after their ordeal.
Police are investigating an early morning blaze that left three vehicles damaged at an Invercargill garage.
Chopper crash survivor's father says "miracles don't happen" – the group's skills saved them.
Swapping Southland's temperatures for Singapore's has presented some challenges for Mike McKee.
Ex-bachelorette Hannah Howley: "There's nothing better than a good southern man."
Experienced pilot Sir Richard 'Hannibal' Hayes found three men who survived the Auckland Islands helicopter wreck.
"There's something really powerful in remembering the times when I didn't back myself and tell that voice in my head to bugger off."
Members of the New Zealand synchronised swimming team are nearing the end of a 16-day training camp in Invercargill.
"It's the first time something like this has happened to this scale," Reverend Jacob Thevasahayampillai says.
Fifty yachts took part in the Marakura Yacht Club's 50th anniversary celebrations in Te Anau.
A former Gore campground operator who had insulted reviewers that berated his service seems to have won over his customers.
Police are searching for a grey Toyota after a Queenstown jewellery store burglary.
The Balclutha Pipe Band members enjoy the sense of occassion that dressing in the full gear entails.
Woolhandler-shearer Pagan Karauria plans to have a less hectic lifestyle after competing at the world championships in France.
Louies owner Mana Davis believes Invercargill needs more smaller boutique bars to revive its nightlife.
A former prime minister once labelled licensing trusts endangered species, yet 30 years on the ILT is taking on its biggest financial project.
The Tartan Festival was held for the sixth year in Te Anau on Saturday.
Gore RSA president Jarrad Scott is delighted with eight murals on an external wall of the organisation.
Southland has only received just over $14m from the $650m dished out nationally from the Provincial Growth Fund.