Balclutha residents say they are fed up with what they regard as police inaction over an alleged antisocial youth crime spree in the town.
After a year of it hanging over their heads, the owners of a rural South Otago pub reacted to news of a likely liquor licence renewal this week with a mixture of anger and relief.
Three people have been injured, one critically, in a crash on State Highway 1 between Milton and Balclutha.
Clutha officials want to see further subdivisions developed in the district, as a council-established project reaches capacity.
Fun, fitness and friendship were the order of the day in Milton yesterday morning, as the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society South Island Easter School drew to a close.
The hordes descended on Clydevale this Easter weekend, helping make the Clutha Valley Rugby Club’s centennial celebrations a memorable occasion.
Dunedin man Mike Scholten retained his Lawrence Quarter Mile Drags title at the annual celebration of high-octane wheel-spinning at the weekend.
The Clutha District Council will embark on the biggest infrastructure investment in its history, if its latest long-term plan is adopted unchanged.
Practitioners of a 250-year-old pastime will gather in record numbers in South Otago this Easter.
A "fair go" from a family friend led to a lifetime of job satisfaction for one southern girl, who draws the curtain on a career in butchery this week.
Clutha District Council must decide on a possible future reduction in the number of poker machines in the district after hearing several heartfelt submissions on the topic.
After 12 years of bush-whacking, a small Catlins environmental group believes it has almost eradicated an invasive plant pest from Papatowai.
Lawrence business owners have reacted with caution to proposals to establish a new heritage zone in the town.
Pregnancy, plague — and a missed slam-dunk — could not prevent Milton man Troy Calteaux realising his destiny at the weekend.
Organisers of an annual celebration of rural history are crossing their fingers Covid-19 will not intervene again this year.
West Otago’s new councillor says he is — almost — raring to go.
Milton man Troy Calteaux will take part in a heavy metal showdown in Feilding tomorrow.
Despite a car losing its engine block during a crash in South Otago yesterday, its occupants escaped relatively unscathed.
A long-running series of appeals in an unusual case appears to have run its course, following a hearing in the Court of Appeal yesterday morning.
A Cromwell woman's claim of humiliation and injury to feelings after a lawnmower ran over a stone, causing her injury, appears to have run its course following a hearing in the Court of Appeal.