South Otago residents are going quackers for an a-quack-tic Daffodil Day fundraiser next month.
A new community foundation is to be launched for the benefit of the Clutha District, and will have former prime minister Sir William English as its patron.
Clutha is to resurrect its own civic awards ceremony after Trustpower made changes to its long-standing community awards format earlier this year.
Two people had to climb out of an upside-down car after a crash on State Highway 1 in South Otago yesterday.
Two people had to climb out of an upside-down car after a crash on State Highway 1 in South Otago this afternoon.
An apparent E. coli failure on a rural water scheme near Lawrence had authorities in South Otago scratching their heads last week.
Waipahi teen Linda Bos is more at home in gumboots than high heels, and could not name a supermodel if her life depended on it, but she will be taking to the catwalk again in Gore tonight.
A group working to extend the Clutha Gold Trail from Lawrence to Milton in South Otago has taken a big step forward by hiring a "world class" trail designer.
West Otago will soon have improved cellphone coverage, after long-standing mobile black spots in the area were confirmed for improvements.
"Maintain the status quo" — with minor boundary changes and a name change — forms the basis of Clutha District Council’s initial representation review proposal.
The organiser of an unusual fundraising auction in West Otago says he was ''flabbergasted'' by the level of interest.
A Balclutha couple are counting their blessings after a "suspicious'' garage fire destroyed their cars and other property early yesterday morning.
Losses of up to 45% from the Clutha district's 24 water supply systems are "par for the course", a consultant says.
Sentencing of Clutha District Council for a sewer overflow last year has been adjourned until August 8.
Kaka Point Surf Life Saving Club committee member Lisa Lee braves the deep-south waters in advance of the club's fundraising Midwinter Swim next weekend.
A group of high school pupils from across the southern region carry out a ''gate to plate'' cheeseburger design task during a Get Ahead careers day at Telford, near Balclutha, yesterday.
A South Otago water care group will not be resting on its laurels, despite celebrating a ``successful'' first three years of activity later this month.