Whey was spilt and a railway line damaged but the driver of a
dairy tanker escaped injury after his tanker crashed at
Finegand, near Balclutha, yesterday.
A new training course equipping the Clutha district's young
people for jobs has been hailed a success, with 24 out of 26
participants now working.
The growing popularity of coastal walks through the Catlins
has led to the introduction of a new event next month which
organisers say will be ''extra special''.
Kaitangata musician Aaron Jury is taking on the Australian
music scene this weekend as one of the opening acts for a
popular country festival.
Construction of the Kelso war memorial has begun and is
Who is leaving on the tap in Tapanui?
Clutha's new water services manager has welcomed the change
in pace the district has offered.
A second public forum will be held in Milton tomorrow night
to address the declining water quality of the Tokomairiro
Rural communities will suffer if mail deliveries are cut to
three days a week, the Clutha District Council says.
Final touches are being made as organisers prepare for a
wearable arts competition in Milton next weekend.
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