Despite the threatening weather, Santa rolled into Balclutha on Saturday at the Clutha Country Christmas Parade and market day to spread some Christmas cheer throughout the district.
Stirling craftswoman Kathy Baff works on a tractor-themed child’s quilt for her first South Otago A&P Show exhibition this weekend.
Tailing or skippering boats.
Rain and strong winds did not put off spectators at the 107th annual West Otago A&P Society show at Tapanui.
The air around the Kaitangata Crescent Rugby club grounds throbbed to the sound of V8s on Saturday morning, as by the hundreds they came from far and wide.
It was six on the trot for Andrew Graves when he won the annual Lawrence Rally on Saturday.
She may be only 10, but she has just become a wheely big deal in her little South Otago town.
The only one not having a dust problem on Saturday at the Rankleburn Rally in West Otago on Saturday was winner Carter Strang, of Wallacetown.
Peals of thunder from a passing storm front were complemented by gunfire at Tekapo’s army training camp this week.
Be like the worm and enter the wood, the tutor of a new course at Tokomairiro High School says.
A spin in the first stage and encountering slippery roads at times did little to hamper the speed of Christchurch driver Matt Summerfield.
Mere seconds and decades of technology were all that separated first and second place at the annual Bob Scott Memorial Hill Climb recently.
WATCH: For the younger members of the Willis family the sound of gunfire means another night’s practice at small bore rifle shooting, their new favourite sport.
The week began with an icy start for inland commuters yesterday, leaving emergency services to deal with multiple reports of cars sliding and rolling, from Balclutha to Roxburgh.
Heavy rain in the Clutha district has caused several road slips.
Yesterday's annual midwinter swim at Kaka Point drew 40 hardy souls prepared to take the plunge into the cool southern waters.
While she doesn’t think she’s a hero, all of Megan Robson’s friends in London think she is one.
Striking new signs will soon be popping up across South Otago to deliver a "powerful" road safety message.
Hot sun and a cool breeze at the top of the route did little to deter more than 350 walkers and runners who took part in the 24th annual Papatowai Challenge on Saturday.
It was three wins in a row for current New Zealand MX1 champion Cody Cooper, who stamped his authority on the premier class at round one of the Fox NZ Motocross champions held in Balclutha on...