The Yellow-Eyed Penguin Trust celebrated 30 years since its formation at a special function last night at a time when its work is needed more than ever.
The Methodist Mission has brought forward information sessions about a youth housing facility in Woodhaugh after concerns were raised by neighbours.
A Dunedin hairstylist has gone platinum, winning an international accolade at a hair competition held in London.
Two mountain bikers have been injured at Signal Hill reserve in Dunedin this evening.
A car ended up in a "precarious position" after it went off the road and crashed into a house in Dunedin this evening.
Police believe several trophy deer antlers, ram horns and tahr heads found at a Dunedin property may have been stolen from South Otago and Southland properties.
A woman who celebrated her 100th birthday yesterday says the key to her longevity is living a quiet life.
Two cars were set alight just metres from a Dunedin fire station overnight.
After 100 years lost in a field on a farm in southwest England, a rusted and broken metal spoon has travelled more than 19,000km back to its home in South Otago.
The Clutha and Southland district councils and the Department of Conservation have teamed up to tackle errant freedom campers in the Catlins this summer.
A house being transported through Balclutha stops in High St yesterday morning.
The cost of strengthening council-owned buildings in the Clutha District is estimated to be more than $2.4million, the latest seismic assessment report says.
Kaitangata Primary School now has its own minibus, much to the delight of staff and pupils.
The South Otago Historical Society has denied claims that the Clutha District Council was not informed of plans for an entranceway next to the Roll Of Honour at the Balclutha War Memorial Hall.
Change is on the agenda as Taratahi Agricultural Training Centre celebrated its takeover of Telford from Lincoln University at a ceremony yesterday.
The Clutha district’s two community boards have been advised to "state their case" to prove their worth as the council prepares for its upcoming representation review.
It was two strokes of luck for the World Shearing and Woolhandling Championships held in Invercargill this year as its organisers and hosts took away major honours at the New Zealand...
What is 60 years old, painted red and cream and will be used to carry passengers embarking on the biggest journey of their lives?
More than 100 teachers and principals from several secondary, primary and early childhood centres met in Balclutha this week to discuss the learning needs of pupils in the South Otago community.
One of South Otago’s former A&P Show Queens is encouraging a new generation of girls to get involved in the annual pageant.