14 August, 2020
Waka ama benefits the community
“Waka Ama is not just a sport but also a vehicle for identity, pride and community.”
31 July, 2020
Thousands turn out for Matariki light festival
More than 25,000 people attended Matariki celebrations.
24 July, 2020
Youthline Southland service expanded
Growing and strengthening the youth counselling support service.
17 July, 2020
A strong advocate for the city’s most vulnerable
A dedicated service is designed to help those in need access financial assistance.
12 July, 2020
Leaders collaborate to address housing crisis
A dedicated housing co-ordinator has been appointed to facilitate housing initiatives in Southland.
11 July, 2020
Upgrade ensures Omaui camp's future
Camping fun assured for future generations
10 July, 2020
Advocacy Trust proud of high success rate
Southland ACC Advocacy Trust’s support for ACC claimants vital to success
3 July, 2020
Church community benefits from upgrade
Aged ceiling in First Church’s Stobo Hall is replaced
18 June, 2020
Special new school a first for Southland
New school helps migrant children connect with their culture
20 July, 2019
A celebration of Southland kapa haka
Te Hautonga 2019 – Southland Secondary Schools Kapa Haka compete
24 March, 2020
New track for Southland athletics
Athetics Southland’s newly-resurfaced track has been reopened
21 December, 2019
Te Araroa Trail's final section set to be completed
It’s taken nearly a decade but finally a walking and cycling track from Invercargill to Bluff which doubles as the last leg of New Zealand’s Te Araroa Trail is set to be completed.
20 January, 2020
Supporting people with profound hearing loss
Helping to bring the joy of sound into the lives of those with profound hearing loss.
14 January, 2020
Bainfield Gardens provides healing environment
Easing the effects of mental illness through practical gardening skills
13 January, 2020
Career highlight for singer Emma Jones
Young Invercargill singer Emma Jones set to represent New Zealand on an international stage.