Thousands headed south at the weekend for their fill of the famous Bluff oyster.
The Bluff Oyster and Food Festival saw a capacity crowd, with around 4,500 people chowing down some southern delicacies.
Questions are being raised over Queenstown Lakes District Council’s plans to evict 105 residents living at Frankton Motor Camp in Queenstown.
Camp manager Tracy O’Rouke explains why she is concerned about the eviction and the draft camping strategy.
Dunedin's Public Library became a venue for live music on Sunday afternoon.
Fifty different live acts played amongst the book stacks as part of Dunedin's contribution to New Zealand Music Month.
The annual Bluff Oyster and Food Festival features both oyster eating and oyster shucking competitions.
There were some fresh faces amongst this year's competitors but, unsurprisingly, it was the Bluffies who came out on top.
A car travelling uphill in Brockville Rd lost control and crashed this afternoon, leaving the driver and passenger with minor injuries.
Venture Southland is encouraging Southland youth to look skyward for their future career options.
Southland secondary school pupils were given a tour of the Awarua satellite tracking station today for part of national Tech Week.
International ride sharing service Uber is due to launch in Dunedin at the end of the month.
One taxi company estimates it could lose 50% of its business as the city's student population is set to flock to the technology based service.
Invercargill residents are putting aside their electronic-book readers for the real deal this weekend.
The Rotary Club of Invercargill's annual book sale started today with around 30,000 books on offer.
Dunedin's Tech week is in full swing, as a part of that a talk was held on electric vehicles and the future of alternative fuelled cars.
The South Today met with the guest speaker to talk about the future of electric vehicles in New Zealand.
The South's two secondary school rugby giants have battled to a stalemate.
Otago Boys' High School drew 14-all with Southland Boys' in the first XV match at Littlebourne in their traditional inter-school competitions yesterday.
Bluff oyster boats are braving rough seas in preparation for one of Southland’s biggest events of the year.
Up to 5000 people are expected to attend the Bluff Oyster and Food Festival on Saturday - rain, hail or shine.