South Otago donors to St John are concerned about proposed funding changes to the organisation.
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.
It can be easy to overlook the treasures in your own backyard, writes Richard Davison. Big Pacific aims to shift your perspective with its new Dunedin-produced five-part series.
A pool upgrade in Tapanui has been hit with another unexpected expense, as costs continue to spiral.
Staff at Clutha Licensing Trust businesses were given greater certainty about their future last week.
Catlins ratepayers will get a chance to have their say on issues such as roading, tourism and more this summer.
Owaka can look forward to a fruitful future, thanks to the donation of heritage apple trees originating in the Catlins.
The Clutha Licensing Trust (CLT) expects to make an announcement on the future of its businesses during the coming week, following a meeting with senior staff yesterday.
Lawrence Arches project designer Marjorie Hay and Lawrence Heritage Trust chairman Roger Cotton oversee the official opening of the new community space on Sunday afternoon.
The full tragedy of a young South Otago man's death while diving for paua last month became apparent during his funeral yesterday.
"One of a kind" Balclutha man Mitchell McPhee was farewelled by family and friends in Balclutha this afternoon.
Balclutha medical facility Clutha Health First (CHF) will continue to champion innovation as it marks its 20th anniversary, operators say.