A South Otago dairy farmer swaps fence posts by day for poles by night.
Some seniors from Balclutha’s Holmdene home for the aged had mixed emotions following a tour of Te Pou ō Mata-Au Clutha District War Memorial and Community Centre.
Special Olympics South Otago Trust (SOSO) held their bocce open day barbecue in splendid conditions near Balclutha’s Centennial Park last Sunday.
A parent from a beleaguered southern school says its principal must resign if staff and parental confidence is to be restored.
Relatives of a Balclutha woman being scammed online - by someone posing as Kevin Costner - want to highlight the wider problem.
Lawrence echoed to the sound of high-octane engines at the weekend, as the Rev, Rock & Hop Car Show returned to town.
One of Allied Press’ own was a winner at the weekend when Clutha Leader and Otago Daily Times reporter Evelyn Thorn was crowned the South Otago A&P Show Queen.
Milton residents will get to have a final say on a controversial campground expansion after a draft reserve management plan (RMP) was approved for public consultation yesterday.
A Milton man was prosecuted for fishing without a licence and obstructing a Fish & Game ranger while fishing at the Pūkaki Canal near Twizel in May this year.
Coastal residents say they are feeling "left out" when it comes to fixing the bare minimums in their town.
A southern licensing trust is taking steps to ensure a new hospitality venue comes in on budget and on time.
The South has a new "beauty spot", after a Balclutha salon’s efforts were recognised by its peers during an awards ceremony last weekend.