South Otago residents concerned about recent viral outbreaks are being urged to contact their health professional.
The Clutha District Council is projecting increased borrowing of $26 million during the next three years.
A summer programme in the Catlins is promising a festival of birds, butterflies and bats, fossils, fish and family fun throughout next month.
The general public will have a rare opportunity to inspect Calder Stewart’s state-of-the-art headquarters during today’s Tokomairiro A&P Show.
A rural health company hopes its planned new independent living units will allow more people to continue to live locally after retirement.
The Clutha Licensing Trust says it will continue to look at ''all options'' to increase its profitability for the community.
A forecast of rain did nothing to deter Invercargill residents from turning out in droves to witness the city’s annual Santa parade on Saturday.
Festive preparations are under way throughout South Otago for the arrival of a special seasonal visitor.
Those living rurally should be taking simple steps to avoid falling prey to current trends in country crime, police say.
A dramatic drop in visitor numbers to the Balclutha iSite recently is yet to be fully explained, but the outlook is positive.
Southland officials say they were ''nervous but not worried'' as floods threatened a hazardous chemical store in Mataura last week.
The Catlins is hoping to captivate fresh audiences thanks to a new website, earmarked for launch next week.
It was a case of "royal jelly" nerves on Saturday, as the 2018 South Otago A&P Show Queen contestants stepped on stage and battled their butterflies.
Organisers of tomorrow’s South Otago A&P Show in Balclutha have opted for a "plan B" following this week’s wet weather.
Flooding in Clutha brought out a strange new breed yesterday, as those flouting flood safety signs were branded ''galoots'' by the district's mayor.
Police have added their voice to calls for motorists to obey road closure signs after two people had to be retrieved from the roof of their car in the third incident of its kind today.
A man trapped in his car in rising floodwaters was among thousands affected by extreme weather conditions across the South yesterday.