The Clutha District Council is unlikely to hit a new customer service target it put in place last year.
When a West Otago heritage landmark was threatened with demolition last winter, it appeared the end might be in sight for the sadly down-at-heel edifice.
Clutha Mayor Bryan Cadogan has played down his council's links to a controversial mining proposal for a former crater lake near Middlemarch.
A series of fatal quad bike roll-overs has led to a renewed call for mandatory safety standards to help prevent future deaths.
Lawrence-Tuapeka Ward and Community Board will both retain their full names following a recent Local Government Commission decision.
Farming families from across the country were honoured for their longstanding "grit and determination" at an award ceremony in Lawrence on Saturday night.
A historic Catlins walkway project looks likely to take its next steps forward, following a community meeting last week.
Balclutha could soon become a destination for young families after a "transformative" park upgrade was given a $250,000 kick-start.
A southern MP's move from rural South Otago to Queenstown will help him work harder and smarter, he says.
An annual plan proposal to upgrade Milton’s swimming pool has generated significant public interest during a recent submissions process.
Football authorities say player safety is being reviewed after a ''freak incident'' in which a goalkeeper's head hit a netting hook at the weekend.
A video clip of alleged bullying at Invercargill's Aurora College has come to light after it was posted to social media today.