Final options for a new "community hub" in Balclutha have been released by the Clutha District Council.
The Clutha District Council has voted to change its borrower status with the Local Government Funding Agency (LGFA).
A former leader of a community project in Clutha has accused the district council of ‘‘disgusting’’, ‘‘bullying’’ behaviour over his removal.
A South Otago woman says she is "disappointed and disillusioned" after her final appeal to prevent the felling of two trees was dismissed in court earlier this month.
A special anniversary prize went to a worthy victor on Saturday, as Balclutha welcomed the Otago Shears to town once more.
A half-million-dollar price tag for a proposed footpath upgrade in Lawrence has raised eyebrows among civic leaders.
Fifty years ago, the spirit of "fair go" led to a new branch of rural competition in Balclutha, that has since spread worldwide.
Civil Defence staff have been working overnight to reduce the risk of a breach of an embankment in Balclutha.
Farmers across Southland and Otago are counting the cost of serious flooding which has left hundreds of farms underwater and resulted in lost livestock and ruined crops.
Dozens of Balclutha households prepared for the worst yesterday, as relentless flood waters looked set to enter the town.
A Balclutha park could echo to the sound of tiny wheels this autumn, thanks to a cash boost from the district’s licensing trust.
A Catlins "responsible camping" trial has been marred by allegations campers and staff had been harassed.
Waitahuna School pupils could end up just a little more secure if a new road safety initiative gains momentum.
A classic southern festival of yesteryear looks set to receive a makeover, thanks to the ‘‘insane’’ efforts of an Owaka mother.
Balclutha police will welcome three new officers this year, although the influx is not expected to lead to permanent 24/7 manning of the South Otago station.