A pack of city councillors will decide upon a public advisory panel to investigate the euthanasia of dogs at the city pound after a council meeting on Tuesday.
New Telford era to provide "one hell of a lot of good farmers for the industry".
It's hurry up and wait for new MP Hamish Walker during coalition talks.
Hundreds of Southlanders turned out across the region as Team New Zealand and the America's Cup made a fleeting visit.
Stephen Findlay used to drink and argue with his neighbour. Then one night he bashed her to death before shooting himself.
When Miranda Clare heard about a murder in a small Otago town, she knew her father would be involved.
Despite releasing seven cookbooks in seven years, inspiration is never far away for celebrity chef Nadia Lim.
ANALYSIS: The Southland Stags find themselves at the wrong end of several statistical categories after a forgettable 2017 season.
Five positions at the Invercargill branch of Bank of New Zealand is under review as part of a national restructuring undertaken by the bank.
Working as a cook on a volunteer medical ship was an eye-opener for Invercargill woman Michelle Robb.
The Southland Golf Club committee has told members the club has until April to find away forward.
Embattled Aparima College in Riverton is set to have elections to form a board of trustees after its new principal is recruited.
Up-and-coming Southland shearer not taking anything for granted.
Mental health speeches "powerful, timely, relevant".
If you have a compost bin, you have rats. And that possum in your tree? It's yours, too.
Southern United will have to do without the services of injured Irishman Andy Mulligan this season.
Students in Southland are making a difference in the community by taking part in the 'Cans for Good' collection.
Akarua Vineyard organises impromptu fair to celebrate viticulture investment.
"It was pretty dark and bloody hard to see..."
Southland's representative golfers are preparing to take on national and South Island competitions.
Queenstown JazzFest brings jazz to resort's streets for community during Labour Weekend.
Brazilian jazz musician Nanny Assis on the left, Kevin Field on keyboard, and Maggie Gould on vocals.
OPINION: Cheap tickets led to the All Whites-Bahrain World Cup qualifier being the best crowd experience of my life.
The finalists have been found as the Southland bowls championship season gets under way.
Kaitangata Primary School buys new minibus.
Triton Hearing has expanded in the south with a new clinic opening in Invercargill.
Invercargill girls are joining a nationwide initiative to campaign for gender equality.
Clutha District Council upset about entrance cut in Balclutha war memorial wall.
They've only been in business for 18 months and they've just won a big award.
Two of Southland's foremost table tennis coaches, Shelley Smith and Barry Ellis, have experienced plenty of success of their own in recent times.