Mystery surrounds the identity of a phantom submitter to a recent public consultation on civic tree management in Tapanui.
Emergency services reported flames leaping from the windows of a Catlins house after it caught fire last night.
An enthusiastic, capacity crowd raised the rafters at the 46th annual Gold Guitar Awards in Gore last night.
A brief closure of Beaumont Bridge last week was related to future conservation work on the 135-year-old structure.
"Citizen science" is helping a group of West Otago farmers make dramatic strides in environmental water quality.
Clutha District Council committees met in Balclutha this week, and were presented with a range of positive statistics for the area.
Tapanui business owners have described the southern entrance to the town as a speed ‘‘deathtrap’’ that needs to be fixed.
Balclutha woman Phyllis Peek could fairly be accused of a little "bias" of her own when it comes to her beloved sport of bowls.
A South Otago beekeeper is enjoying a sweet buzz after flying high at the country's top honey awards.
A mystery civic agitator could soon find themselves in trouble, if they attempt to remain anonymous.
Trustpower has discontinued its long-standing community awards, as it seeks to "evolve" community sponsorship activities.
A South Otago family has called for compassion after losing everything but the clothes on their backs in a recent house fire.
A Kaka Point dog owner says ''confusing'' Clutha District Council dog fees are discriminatory and unfair.