A group of Maori and Pacifica students enrolled at Telford have had their first outing working in the Balclutha community as part of a Whenua Kura training programme.
Kaitangata school children have stacks upon stacks of books after their primary school joined the Duffy Books in Homes programme.
Two people were injured when their car collided with a power pole near Mataura this afternoon.
Some large, colourful penguins have marched down the main street of Balclutha in a protest drawing attention to the plight of the critically endangered yellow-eyed penguin.
A protest march was held down the main street of Balclutha in support of the critically endangered yellow-eyed penguin.
Clutha Valley Primary School is closing for the day after a fire started in its boiler room.
The election campaign starts today for Hamish Walker after he was named as the National Party candidate for the Clutha-Southland electorate last night.
A call has been made to the wider Southern community to help identify non-compliant whitebait fishermen and women.
The Clutha district is experiencing more than the usual number of burglaries and police are uncertain what is causing the spike.
Whitebaiters who hit the water yesterday for the opening of the new season are hoping the catch will be much better than last year's poor haul.
A netball tournament for South Otago primary schools was held for the first time yesterday.
There have been two thefts from properties in the Clutha district over the past three weeks.
There is no slowing down one of the only drivers in the Catlins Rally who has started and finished every single race since it began in 1999.
A protest march down the main street of Balclutha is being planned in support of the yellow-eyed penguin, as the bird’s numbers are in crisis.
For almost 40 years, Robyn Gardner has been a proud member of the South Otago Theatrical Society, but this year, for its upcoming jubilee show, will be the first time she has taken on the role of...
It seems safety barriers recently installed on a Catlins bridge are themselves causing a safety issue.
A group of South Otago High School pupils have come up with a business plan to cut back on plastic waste and encourage ecofriendly attitudes by using reusable produce bags.
The departure of one of the directors of the Clutha Health Company has trustees seeking nominations for her replacement.
Titri Rd near Waihola will remain closed to the public for at least another week as several landslips brought on by the July deluge and floods make it unsafe to drive on.
South Otago children now know how to escape a fire, look after themselves when in trouble at sea, administer basic first aid and what to do in a quake.