A bold staffing move while emerging from lockdown last year has paid dividends for a West Otago grower.
It was a celebration of old connections renewed and new bonds forged for descendants of Lawrence’s Chinese Camp this Labour Weekend.
From superbikes to push-bikes, and hi-tech bracelets to oily chains, a new Lawrence business owner is ringing in the changes at the town’s motor camp.
A first-of-its-kind reunion looks set to go ahead in Lawrence this Labour Weekend, despite earlier anxieties about potential Covid-19 restrictions.
Next month’s South Otago A&P Show will be conducted behind closed doors.
An heroic South Otago puss is alive and well.
West Otago can begin to look forward to civic improvements, after the Clutha District Council gave the go-ahead for community consultation on Wednesday.
A family of four, and their four pets, escaped a serious early morning house fire in Balclutha - thanks to a "Fat Cat" called Max.
A southern job initiative is reaching northwards in an attempt to harness workers.
The first sections of concrete wall are erected at the new Clutha Community Hub in Balclutha yesterday morning.
A Milton man is hoping he conjures a little moondust magic very soon.
Clutha officials are worried the district may be falling behind in Covid-19 vaccine uptake and residents are being urged to take up their "moral obligation" and get vaccinated.
A unfamiliar boat spent Tuesday grounded at Manuka Point near Pounawea.
Clutha's rural water schemes could be considered for exclusion from the incoming Three Waters reforms, officials say.
Top Three Waters reforms officials are visiting Clutha today to learn about the district’s rural water schemes and talk to local stakeholders.
Balclutha siblings Annalise (6) and Wyatt (9) Craig take in the Hart’s Black Horse Brewery daffodils during the Lawrence attraction's opening weekend on Saturday.
Catlins residents say they have been frustrated with the behaviour of crib owners during the recent Covid-19 lockdown.
Friction concerning possible council regulation of a motocross bike track in Lawrence has led to ‘‘bullying’’ and battle lines being drawn in the town, residents and officials say.
Fae McKenzie, of Kaitangata, works on an abstract painting during the inaugural session of Artsenta’s relaunched Balclutha Creative Wellbeing group at the South Otago Creative Arts Centre in Balclutha.
Neither downpours nor gale-force winds could prevent a mass vaccination event from going ahead in South Otago on Saturday.