Black Horse Brewery in Lawrence is enjoying a greater-than-usual number of visitors eager to see its daffodils, thanks to mild and sunny spring weather.
Clutha District Council could soon have a new chief executive.
A desire to showcase ''epic emotions against an epic backdrop'' has helped a Tapanui-born actress and screenwriter reach the finals of a $100,000 TVNZ competition.
A proposal to install up to four additional CCTV cameras in Balclutha was approved unanimously by the Clutha District Council this week.
Clydevale can expect a more reliable electricity supply under plans discussed in Balclutha recently.
Balclutha can expect increased police surveillance if a council proposal is approved today.
Despite concerns he might not make it, Santa is still coming to South Otago this summer.
A commercial trawler suspected of encroaching illegally on South Otago inshore waters has been cleared by officials.
A previously "toxic" Catlins community stoush over a new heritage track looks to have been defused after council intervention this week.
Richard Davison looks at the phenomenon of the "destination toilet".
Fisheries NZ is investigating claims a commercial fishing trawler may have encroached on an inshore South Otago reef.
The South Otago town of Lawrence will have its name dropped from its local electorate ward name next year if a Clutha District Council proposal goes ahead unchallenged.
A Balclutha chef has spoken of "anger and helplessness" among Clutha Licensing Trust staff, as a proposal to sell its businesses takes another step forward.
A South Otago inventor hopes to use a little Kiwi ingenuity to solve a tyre-some problem.
A ''refuge'' for pedestrians in the middle of State Highway 1 is proving to be nothing of the sort, Balclutha residents and authorities say.
Clutha Vets has moved to allay concerns over the closure of a Lawrence veterinary practice.
Visitors to South Otago will be able to more easily unearth the region’s hidden culinary gems after the launch of a new food trail.
A stoush is brewing over two trees in a Balclutha park.
The Clutha Licensing Trust has acknowledged some staff may be affected by a proposed divestment of its businesses, out for public consultation today.
Clutha District Council is taking steps to address an "urgent'' shortfall in accommodation for seasonal and other workers arriving in the district this spring.