The Invercargill City Council have appealed to the public to submit on plans for a new smokefree policy for the city.
A record-breaking round-the-world cycling attempt blitzed through New Zealand last week, after departing Invercargill.
New Zealand cyclist Bradly Knipe is looking to build on his 'incredible' two month stint in the United States.
''They like the sense of whanau, they feel like they are a part of something."
An Invercargill family had a close shave following a house fire in Kingswell yesterday afternoon.
Queenstown is going nuts about new caramelised nuts business in town.
The organisers of the Hop 'n' Vine beer festival have started their own brewing company to bring more craft beer to Invercargill
Police have solved a crime before it was even reported. Welcome to Dunedin's Minority Report.
Sometimes succeeding in business isn't rocket science - but typically it requires a similar level of dedication.
A childhood in rugged Stewart Island led to a fascination with New Zealand wildlife for Naturalist Sheila Natusch.
The Southland Times and Rugby Southland are coming together this week to hold a purple work shirt day.
One year on from Havelock North water crisis, communities send message to government.
A police dog who had to be pulled from under a car after a police pursuit came to an end in the main street of Invercargill is back at work.
"It was just a couple of errors in the second half and Hawke's Bay punished us."
Outgoing Green MP Steffan Browning believes the aquaculture industry need higher standards for it to have a sustainable future.
Southland Rams coach Te Iwi Wairau is encouraged with improvement in players following win.
"We aren't surviving too well on the gold coins."
''I think it's a terrific thing to get that rubbish off the beautiful Fiordland coast."
High school cooks combined course work with charity to bake 300 cupcakes for Cromwell school children.
Canterbury under-19 team too classy for Southland in showdown in Invercargill.
Alleged murder, stalking and sexting cases involving police may harm reputation of hard-working officers, top cop says.
The Gore Wanderers have ended a 34-year Donald Gray Cup drought.
Three Central Otago wine industry professionals are heading to France for harvest to learn about Burgundy's centuries-old wine history and tradition.
Dunedin civic leaders are backing plans for a new hospital to be built in the central city.
Southland dominate first half only to come unstuck in the second half against Hawke's Bay in Napier.
Thousands watch 70,000 Jaffas roll down the world's steepest street, Welcome to the annual, and potentially last, Cadbury Jaffa Race.
A policeman and dog went under a car as officers tried to subdue a driver in Invercargill.
Light from a phone screen helps helicopter find missing women and child in "rugged" area in the early hours.
There's a lot going on around Margot Hishon, of late.
Special legislation will fast-track a project to build 450 homes in Queenstown.