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.

13 January, 2020

Whanau well-being focus of service

Wrap-around services support Maori in Southland.

9 December, 2019

Lego play among services offered by Autism New Zealand

Lego play provides valuable social and learning opportunities for children with autism.

2 December, 2019

On court with Badminton Southland

Long-standing support for Badminton in Southland.

23 November, 2019

Gambling harm in spotlight

Pausing pokies raises awareness

24 November, 2019

Celebration of culture

Murihiku on show at Ngai Tahu conference

11 March, 2020

New innovative care model for people with dementia

Giving people living with dementia better quality of life

28 October, 2019

Sandpit fun at Glengarry Kindergarten

ILT Foundation funding makes outdoor play made possible all year round at Glengarry Kindy.

20 October, 2019

Outdoor experiences for sight-impaired Southlanders

New role at Blind & Low Vision NZ provides social and recreational opportunities for visually impaired people n Invercargill.

11 October, 2019

Kiwi Family Trust volunteers gift winter woollies

Initiative ensures families in need stay warm in winter

3 October, 2019

IHC/IDEA Services connect with the Maori culture

Kaupapa Maori programme enriches IHC/IDEA Services team

26 August, 2019

Well-being front and centre at Number 10

Wrap-around health and social services focused on supporting the region’s youth.