A fire has severely damaged a Ranfurly home in Central Otago.
Worksafe has been notified after a man was hit by a truck and fell into a pit in Cromwell yesterday.
The owners of Cromwell's only camping ground are considering applying for a private plan change to allow the site to be redeveloped as a residential area.
A man (60) has been airlifted to Dunedin Hospital in a serious condition after being hit by a truck and falling into a pit in Cromwell.
It's a cold start to the day in the South, with temperatures as low as -4degC in some places.
The Central Otago District Council's (CODC) parks and recreation manager has recommended the council commit to a district plan for the region's future sports facilities, after councillors twice put...
Fears about the looming extinction of a native galaxiid fish species, and related problems with underfunding at the Department of Conservation, surfaced during the hearing on the Kye Burn river...
When one of the Campbells’ dogs, Skye, went missing this month from her Springvale home, the family was devastated and distressed.
Maniototo residents sending mail will have to wait one extra business day for it to be delivered, after the postal clearance from Ranfurly was changed from 3pm daily to 9am daily.
Police are searching the Kawarau River near Roaring Meg after a kayak was seen floating upside down in the river.
At his creative best Naseby poet Ross "Blue Jeans" McMillan (88) poured stories of country life on to the page. He speaks to Central Otago reporter Jono Edwards about a life 2000 feet above worry level.
Bannockburn locals want to take over the town’s old stone post office for use as a community-run information centre.
A Roxburgh woman is warning families to be vigilant with their pets after someone tried to take the family’s pup from its kennel at their home.
Drivers are being warned to watch out for ice in parts of the South due to rain and chilly temperatures.
A $14.7 million Alexandra-based space research centre should be operating within a less than a fortnight, and momentum is expected to gather in the following months.
Water consultant Dr Richard Allibone has highlighted exciting opportunities to better protect aquatic life in the Kye Burn.
An Otago Regional Council recommendation on residual flows in the Kye Burn river could spark a ''perverse outcome'', undermining years of hard work to develop a farmer water-sharing group.
Clyde businesses are frustrated the town will be ''shut down'' on July 1, a week on Saturday, due to a scheduled power outage.
It's a cold start for the South today, with temperatures below zero in many parts of Otago and Southland.
Voters have given Ella Lawton the green light to continue the work of her late mother Maggie on the Otago Regional Council.