The Clutha District Council awaits formal charges today for widespread non-compliance at its sewage treatment plants.
A Kaitangata homeowner looks on as firefighters dampen down hot spots at the side of her Christchurch St house about 5pm yesterday.
A Kaitangata homeowner looks on as firefighters damp down hotspots at the side of her Christchurch St house about 5pm today.
Southern workers will be hopeful a new trend is under way, as a second Otago business presented "spend local" cash bonuses to staff this week.
Minister of Agriculture Damien O’Connor spoke warmly of South Otago farm institute Telford’s future during a visit yesterday, describing the educational facility as a "potentially huge asset" for...
The congratulatory cards from the palace and Governor-General on Stirling couple Bevan and Audrey Hunter’s table suggest this year’s wedding anniversary could be a special one.
A West Otago nursery aims to propagate some green shoots of recovery with two new apprenticeships.
A new Catlins heritage track is set to receive a double boost, after recent strides were made in both its conservation status and funding prospects.
A descendant of Lawrence’s Gold Rush Chinese community hopes to restore a landmark tomb in the town.
Clutha could receive up to $84.6million of ‘‘shovel-ready’’ project funding, after all six of its proposals made a Government shortlist.
A new employment initiative aims to link the newly unemployed with jobs — over a friendly cuppa.
It was a day of mixed feelings in Balclutha yesterday, as employment fortunes ebbed and flowed.
Parents say dozens of rural communities throughout the South could "have their hearts ripped out" because of chronic underfunding of an early childhood education provider.
A southern MP says a recent $1.2 billion cash boost for KiwiRail could be a "game-changer" for the Clutha economy.
A council decision to demolish a former memorial hall in South Otago has ‘‘floored’’ one potential saviour.
A southern mayor says some farmers have a ‘‘moral responsibility’’ to refund Covid-19 wage subsidies.
New economic data has revealed which parts of Otago and Southland are likely to struggle most as they recover from the enormous impact of Covid-19.
The Clutha District Council has resolved a 1.93% rates increase for the coming year.
Trustees have expressed delight after a "generational" community project cleared a major hurdle this week.
Families in the South are appealing for ‘‘compassion and common sense’’ from authorities as they attempt to farewell loved ones under Level 2 funeral restrictions.