Jakeb Morten (left), Will Hall and Roo Morten, all of Lawrence, enjoy Saturday night's Bavarian festivities at Simpson Park.
Stu and Michelle Kelly are over all the media attention their triplets Haylee, Charlotte and Olivia have caused.
Balclutha police are defending their decision to evacuate several blocks of the central business district during Thursday's explosives scare, against charges their actions cost some businesses half a day's trading.
Strong Southern men were told to swallow their pride and reach out for help at the Federated Farmers post-storm meeting in Balclutha.
Sue Drummond, a finalist in last year's Masterchef New Zealand television programme, will be starting what promises to be an exciting weekend of food, fast cars and Bavarian fun in Lawrence.
The Kaitangata War Memorial Hall will resemble an ancient amphitheatre tomorrow night when the Black Gold Kai Club holds its annual youth disco.
A Dunedin motorcyclist became the eighth holiday road fatality after colliding with a car near Clinton yesterday.
Constable Jonathan Pearce (right), of the Dunedin Strategic Traffic Unit, was in Lawrence yesterday encouraging drivers to stop their journeys for rest and refreshments.
It was a case of fourth time lucky for the Tokomairiro Community Recreation Centre Trust Steptoe auction, held at the Milton Showgrounds on Saturday.
Kaitangata resident Maureen Karauria, who was one of the first people through the door of the Kaitangata Black Gold Heritage Museum Centre on Saturday, was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the exhibits.
A motion thanking the last remaining founding members of the Clutha District Council - both voted out in this year's local body elections - was passed unanimously last night by the new council.
Stirling dairy farmer Hamish Anderson was unanimously elected deputy mayor at the inaugural meeting last night of the newly sworn-in Clutha District council.
A farmer whose quadbike rolled in steep hill country yesterday morning was lucky he was able to make cellphone contact with rescuers, Clinton Chief Fire Officer Bill Harris said.
A French Canadian man who left his home 10 years ago and began walking around the world is travelling through Otago.
The Order of St John priory dean Simon Rae, who began his career with St John in Balclutha, was among the distinguished guests at this weekend's 75th anniversary celebrations of the Clutha area Order of St John.
Firemen from the Balclutha Volunteer Fire Brigade extinguish the flames from a four-year-old Massey Ferguson tractor, which caught fire on Metherell's property Hillend Rd, South Otago, yesterday.
Street vendors operating in the Clutha District may have the number of their trading days limited.
The diminutive Athenaeum hall at Stirling was packed on Saturday, as people from all over the Clutha District gathered to mark its 100th year.