Following a four-year hiatus, the Clutha Licensing Trust Sports Awards return to South Otago tonight.
A stoush is brewing over plans to centralise Milton's swimming pool.
A farm worker at Lovells Flat, near Milton, carts baleage for cows feeding on a winter green crop. Farmers in South Otago say they are looking at a "pretty tight'' season for winter feed.
A southern MP says the Government needs to listen to demands for increased police cover in his constituency, as he prepares to deliver a 1700-strong petition to Parliament, tomorrow.
Tapanui business owners have described the southern entrance to the town as a speed "deathtrap" that needs to be fixed.
Three points on the board. Clutha rugby stalwart Neville Muir will soon join father Ernie and grandfather Thomas on the club's "wall of legends", after receiving a life membership.
An unlucky draw turned out to be a blessing in disguise for one Balclutha man.
Tapanui's eco-tots will soon have another habitat to explore, if a community project gets final approval.
The Clutha District Council is continuing to remove camping grounds from its books with the recent listing for sale of the Balclutha Motor Camp.
A quad bike accident survivor says new WorkSafe quad safety recommendations do not go far enough.
A brief closure of Beaumont Bridge last week was related to future conservation work on the 135-year-old structure.
An enthusiastic, capacity crowd raised the rafters at the 46th annual Gold Guitar Awards in Gore last night.
Blink and you will miss it.
This year's Gold Guitar awards will be watched by a visitor perhaps more discerning than most.
Emergency services reported flames leaping from the windows of a Catlins house after it caught fire last night.
A fledgling community foundation expects to begin disbursing funds earlier than expected.
Mystery surrounds the identity of a phantom submitter to a recent public consultation on civic tree management in Tapanui.
A historic Catlins walkway project looks likely to take its next steps forward, following a community meeting last week.
New Clutha Licensing Trust (CLT) leadership is signalling a positive change in direction.
Farming families from across the country were honoured for their longstanding "grit and determination" at an award ceremony in Lawrence on Saturday night.