Otago-Southland RSA president Jenepher Glover (front) was joined by a group of volunteers for the Matariki Te Rakau tree-planting project earlier this week.
The Mill domain on the northern edge of Palmerston now appears to be the favoured site for a dump station, with little public objection to date.
East Otago High School principal Marcus Cooper has been invited to visit China, as part of a plan to develop sister school-type relationships in Wenzhou and Hangzhou.
A new forestry training course set up by Tokomairiro Training in partnership with Johnson Forestry Service has attracted considerable interest.
A Pink Ribbon Fun Run and Walk to raise money for breast cancer research and awareness of the disease attracted 75 runners and walkers of all ages at Palmerston yesterday.
The familiar names of the electric tram route through Edinburgh seems to promise something similar here, writes Bill Campbell.
After more than 10 years at the helm of the Waihemo Wastebusters, the organisation's inaugural chairman, Pat Shannon, has stepped down.
The population of Palmerston rose by more than 200 to 1100 over Labour Weekend when 115 NZ Motor Caravan Association members rolled into town in a range of vehicles.
The principal of East Otago High School has announced he is stepping down after six years in the role.
The Palmerston town centennial clock is expected to be repaired and functioning again by mid August.
A restored cable car that once plied the Roslyn route will soon be back in Dunedin to be displayed alongside its unrestored sister car.
The Waikouaiti Fire and Emergency open day yesterday featured the brigade’s brand new fire appliance (pictured), plus demonstrations of CPR, escaping from the maze for children, and the...
Tourism Waitaki has made a U-turn on the future of the Palmerston i-SITE, announcing it will close, just days after insisting no decision had been made on its future.
Waitaki Mayor Gary Kircher speaks at the opening of the Palmerston Medical Centre in Palmerston yesterday.