The loss of Lawrence's largest business a year ago has had a visible impact on town. Hamish MacLean takes a look at how the town of about 400 people has coped since almost 70 Tuapeka Gold Print employees followed the work north.
Balclutha's new top policeman Sergeant Martin Bull has a simple policing philosophy: ''firm but fair''.
Targeted rates are all about give and take for Clutha District Water Catchments Quality Management Project manager Hamish Anderson.
A bedcloth with hand-stitched messages of support for Anzac troops in World War 1, made in Stirling, South Otago, was discovered in a small English town and will be a part of World War 1 centenary commemorations in England.
Water restrictions remain in place for 300 Clutha properties from Lovells Flat to Waihola, but the Clutha District Council says it is making progress on fixing the scheme.
A woman who had been kicked by a horse was airlifted to Dunedin Hospital by helicopter during the first day on the Tussock Creek light wagon trail on the Otago Goldfields Heritage Trust's cavalcade yesterday.
The Clutha District Council was last night scrambling to find a suspected major leak in one of the district's rural water schemes.
The Clutha District Council is preparing to bring to ratepayers a draft 10-year plan that would mean a reduction in rates hikes from previous years.
Plans for a cycleway from Lawrence to Waihola are up and moving, but the wheels are turning in a low gear.
More than $15,000 of rates arrears is expected to be written off as unrecoverable by the Clutha District Council at its corporate services committee meeting today.
Tensions were on display at the weekend as the possibility of a marine reserve being created off Nugget Point again reared its head.
Next week, Bill Bazley will head out on the highway in his 1957 Ford Custom 300, driving about 1500km to the Whangamata 2015 Beach Hop, on the southeast coast of Coromandel, for the five-day rock `n' roll car festival, beginning on March 25.
Designs and a quote for a small skate park in Kaitangata that were ''way over budget'' have sent the one-year-old group trying to establish the park ''back to the drawing board''.
The Clutha Agricultural Development Board (AgBoard) began operating without paid staff for the first time since 1999 this month.