Robert Pope was a valued member of Invercargill's band community.
Woman commits fraud for the ''feeling'' she got from doing the crime, not the money, court hears.
Popular freedom camping location Lumsden plans to restrict campers freedom in a rules clampdown.
A Southland woman who ripped off her employer and an organisation she did voluntary work for did it for the "feeling she got", rather than the $30,000 she obtained, a judge has heard.
The Otago Regional Council's chief executive is out of a job after the council decided not to renew his contract.
Highlands Motorsport Park boss Tony Quinn wants to build a golf course and residential development at the back of his racetrack.
An award winning science teacher at James Hargest College, Tania Lineham, is in urgent need of a second liver transplant.
A Southland woman stole more than $100,000 from her employer because she wanted to start her own business.
Light and dark is the theme of the Manapouri Art Group's 13th labour weekend exhibition.
Record-breaking rookie Reno racer Graeme Frew to bring V-12 powered Yak-3 aircraft to Wanaka's airshow.
DOC opens new front in the Battle for our Birds in the Mt Aspiring National Park near Wanaka.
A tangi has been held for Kuao Langsbury, a Ngāi Tahu elder and key negotiator of their settlement with the Crown.
Paul Gay scrutinises the grand designs of fantails.
Lloyd Esler picks a lock
Before criticising out international drivers, Kiwis need to start looking at their own driving ability, an NZ Transport Agency director has said.
A one-of-a-kind Texaco tanker will be paraded in Invercargill for possibly the last time.
Businesses are making insurance claims for ongoing interruptions caused by a burst water main in central Queenstown.
Students living in Sunshine Bay, Frankton, Jack's Point and Kelvin Heights will have to find their own way to school.
Akarua Vineyard organises impromptu fair to celebrate viticulture investment.
The Captain Cook, an iconic Dunedin bar, has shut its doors once more.
"I think we are really lucky that the good old Southland way is to get in and help."
When talent, dedication and a love of the limelight come together, sometimes a star is born.
Central Otago Mayor Tim Cadogan says he has "no choice" but to remove himself from a business group.
Tropical cyclone Ophelia fails to derail travel plans
Duke of Edinburgh possum trapping project engages Tapanui school girls.
Railcar spotting on the Otago-Southland route.
Three robberies have taken their toll on Gore dairy owner Eddie Cooney but he's not hanging up the closed sign.
Whole team contributes as Southland tennis team edges rivals at under-16 Southern Districts Teams Event.
Greg Turner says tourism golf in Central Otago is 'off the charts' and wants Invercargill folk to look at that before closing Oreti Sands.
Workmates mourn cat's passing.