Low river levels are putting pressure on Otago's trout
fishery, Otago Fish and Game says.
Otago escaped yesterday's forecast major thunderstorms, with
only North Otago benefiting from yesterday's cooler weather
Oamaru police say they are starting to see an increase in
domestic violence as the pressure of the holiday period
starts to bite.
The little rain that fell yesterday has done little to
alleviate the risk of fire and drought in Otago.
Otago's fire danger readings are nearing the highest ever
recorded in January and another six weeks of extreme fire
risk is expected.
Otago lambs are being sold to North Island farmers as arid
conditions affect most of the South Island.
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