A new sporting challenge has already produced some friendly local rivalry in South Otago.
A police officer who pepper-sprayed a Balclutha man who was on the way to feed his horses has been found to be at fault.
Farming advocates have expressed anger over the "rushed" pace of consultation on a core Otago Regional Council policy document.
Centres across the region fell eerily quiet yesterday, as the first day of a four-week Covid-19 lockdown took hold in the South.
The Clutha District Council has moved to suspend public consultation processes as the country wrestles with the consequences of a nationwide lockdown.
Abusive behaviour towards its new water contractors has been decried by the Clutha District Council.
Clutha Mayor Bryan Cadogan is encouraging the district’s neighbours to become just a little bit nosier.
Access to a rural South Otago road may be permanently restricted following recent severe flood damage.
Clutha businesses have expressed disbelief at ‘‘huge’’ council trade waste fee increases proposed for introduction on July 1.
A farmer-led catchment monitoring group wants to expand its activities following a successful first year.
A scheduled redeployment of police officers as part of a new trial roster in Clutha may have borne unexpected early fruit.
A man who died in a boating incident near Beaumont at the weekend was a "good, hard-working family man", a longstanding acquaintance says.
Multiple Clutha facilities can look forward to a makeover next month, as Balclutha Rotary gears up to host the organisation’s annual southern conference.
Organisers have reacted to a glut of applicants for this year’s Century Farms event with delight — alloyed with concern at its rapid growth.
Maia Matubis, a migrant living in Balclutha, received a ray of hope this week in her battle to remain with her family.