South Otago migrants from Ashburton to Zimbabwe will join together in Balclutha tonight for a good old-fashioned shindig.
Hillend farmer Douglas Jack says a $600 quad bike rollover bar saved his life last month, and wants to see more people follow his lead by installing one.
Clutha customers have been the first to benefit from a phasing in of improved rural broadband speeds throughout Otago, as the Government's Rural Broadband Initiative phase two (RBI2) rolls out...
Christmas arrived early for the region's big wave surfers on Wednesday as swells of 6m to 8m hit Papatowai in the Catlins.
Waitahuna School pupils run through their ''Kingston Flyer'' 32-bar reel Scottish dance routine yesterday, in preparation for the Lawrence Ceilidh next Friday.
Running a business that has been more like an ``extended family'' has meant work has never been a chore for Balclutha couple Mervyn and Alison Jones.
The Clutha District Council is expecting rural roading to figure prominently in long-term plan submissions from ratepayers later this month.
Three people were injured, one seriously, in a collision between two utes in the Manuka Gorge yesterday.
The Clutha District Council will be looking at better ways to manage its sewerage networks in light of a recent Otago Regional Council prosecution.
Bringing a South Otago landfill up to modern safety standards could be the first step in "major" changes for waste management in the region.
Methamphetamine concerns, improved youth opportunities, and civic pride will be among key issues raised at a Clutha District Youth Council meeting tonight.
With the enduring quality of NZ’s waterways under significant scrutiny recently. Richard Davison talks to local people about their own special aquatic place near Kaitangata: Lake Tuakitoto.
Clutha Mayor Bryan Cadogan says the redevelopment of an industrial site outside Balclutha has been a "generation in coming".
Fifty years of service has flown past for Balclutha firefighter Ian Ross, and he would do it all again in the blink of an eye.
Four returned Milton serviceman Bill Sinclair, Anzac Day arrives each year with a mix of pride and sadness.
Milton twins James and Laura Scanlan plan to come out with all guns blazing when they meet at the TeenAg Grand Final in Invercargill this July.
Hamish Atwell (7), of Milton, is dwarfed by his winning 70.5kg pumpkin at the second annual South Otago A&P Society Giant Pumpkin Competition in Balclutha on Sunday.
Crafting a series of crosses to help commemorate local World War 2 soldiers has been ``an honour'', a Balclutha service club says.