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Police responded to the incident at Landsborough River at 6pm on Friday where a raft overturned.
The arid weather is also adding stress to farmers sowing new grass and crops.
The MPs battle it out, despite some very loud protesters near by!
The waste is coming from the Tiwai Aluminium Smelter.
An Invercargill man has suffered moderate burns after falling into a burn-off he was trying to control.
The fishing vessel was already under investigation after a Chinese crewman was injured and died before docking.
The man, a Chinese national, had been injured while the boat was in the Southern Ocean.
Invercargill City Council is urging dog owners to keep their pet on a leash.
Dawn Patricia Ganaha also hit one student and swore at another.
Two women took an inflatable onto Lake Pukaki wearing no life jackets and had nothing to call for assistance.
Fire crews turned out to the Waikiwi Substation just after midday.
Bonamia ostreae can devastate oyster stocks quickly, and it has been in New Zealand since at least 2015.
One person is being treated for smoke inhalation.
A burn off in the town of Te Anau, Southland, has rapidly turned out of control tonight.
A couple from Invercargill and a German woman died.
SH6 in Southland will now be closed later in the week.
Three people in their 20s died in the crash, a baby and toddler survived.
Emergency services were called to the collision on the Dipton-Winton Highway about 10pm yesterday.
Dig This has just opened in Invercargill where it joins Transport World and Motorcycle Mecca.
The 45-year-old was trapped for more than two hours.
Prison staff got a surprise when checking under the stamps of two suspicious looking letters.
Around 90 refugees a year will head to the southern city.
The Breakfast crew discuss a Hamilton couple's disappointment at paying nearly $1500 for a surprise Air NZ trip to Invercargill.
The charity is amazed at the inmate's efforts.
The 68-year-old driver is due to appear in Invercargill District court today on a range of driving charges.
Queenstown cops are despairing at careless driving on their treacherous mountain roads.
The inmate, who spent some of his childhood sleeping rough, is knitting sleeping mats using supermarket bags.
In one incident police say shots were fired at a hut with occupants inside.
Police say the 42-year-old man sustained serious head injuries in the early hours of the morning.
The fire service has confirmed that the chemical smell was coming from an individual using cannabis oil.
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Had monitoring been in place, young Moko could still be alive, Coroner Wallace Bain said.
One in five Auckland schools will start the new school term short on staff.
TVNZ weather presenter Dan Corbett with the latest update.
Mr English says the Government has removed planned tax deductions to pay for the policy.
Auckland's median price increased even more than nationally.
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