A recently created website promoting Clutha has come in for vehement criticism.
Anzac sacrifices have benefited us all. That's the message a South Otago family wants underlined, as lives cut short were commemorated across New Zealand today.
Owaka Memorial Community Hall has been echoing to the beat of the Highlands.
Near-drought conditions in Clutha are not just affecting rural areas, it has emerged.
Some Tapanui residents are unhappy with council plans to give roadside trees near their homes the chop.
A daughter has spoken of her loss after a road accident near Milton on Friday.
Here's to the next 143 years.
"The record for the fastest quarter mile sprint is still standing intact for another year, perhaps due to a section of slippery road surface.
Lead-footed competitors at today's Quarter-Mile Drags in Lawrence will be vying to beat a 12-year-old course record.
State Highway 6 at Diana Falls is now open to one lane after a ''washout'' there closed the road, adding to the West Coast's transport problems.
A rural Catlins cenotaph has found itself at the centre of a heated debate in the run-up to Anzac Day.
A 100% cost blow-out is a passing cloud with a visibly silver lining, leaders of a rural swimming pool project say.
The NZ Transport Agency has revoked the transport services licences of two southern freight operators.
Southern milk drinkers are feeling sour after a boutique Benhar farm product was removed from several regional Four Square stores recently.
The Clutha District Council will decide at its meeting today whether to write off a significant loan to Fire and Emergency New Zealand.
Milton could be in line for a new pool and service centre complex, if one of several council proposals meets with ratepayer approval.
Farmers have been urged to be extra cautious after a controlled burn-off reignited and consumed an estimated 20ha of pasture, slash and forestry in South Otago on Sunday night.
South Otago took a step forward in the fight against drugs at the weekend.
It was a case of the good, the bad - and the downright ugly - at Lawrence Car Show & Shine on Saturday.
Following "double tragedy" for Muslims in South Otago on Wednesday, the Clutha District Council has moved to honour victims of the recent terror attacks.