People who became New Zealand citizens at a ceremony in Balclutha on Thursday spoke of the honour they felt and the opportunities they saw for their future.
Milton could have a community hub in the main street and even a swimming pool as the Clutha District Council tries to turn around ''terminal decline'' in the district's population.
Commercial cleaners say a Balclutha rental property that tested positive for meth contamination is just the tip of the iceberg.
Wayne Allen wanted to go out before the hour rather than past it.
It will be a "great thrill" for John and Ida Burgess when the Goldfields Cavalcade rolls into Owaka next month.
The blackcurrant jam has been made and the pikelets are ready — it must be time for the annual Papatowai Challenge.
Traditional billy tea is on the breakfast menu for all those who complete this year’s walking, cycling, riding or heavy wagon cavalcade trails.
A Balclutha incident in which a man tried to shoot at police with a stolen firearm has been highlighted by the Police Association in pushing for more rigorous gun control.
Country music singers Ron and Kathleen Gallagher have a small flock of some of the rarest sheep in the country.
Come Thursday and Fred Booth will be the favourite father, grandfather and great-grandfather in the South.
More than $180,000 has been allocated to capital stormwater works in the Lawrence-Tuapeka district following last July’s floods.
A woman says she has been left "broken" after police informed her yesterday they would not charge a South Otago officer she accused of beating her.
One person was trapped in a vehicle, and State Highway 1 was closed to all traffic for several hours, following a serious crash which injured three people near Milton on Saturday.
State Highway 1 has reopened to traffic near Milton following a serious crash this morning.
Dust from the Tuapeka Transport depot in Irvine St is angering some Lawrence residents.
Moving to essentially ban coal-burning in Milton is the latest stage of the regional council's battle against the practice.
A major storm is just 24 hours from smashing into the South Island bringing torrential rain, gales, and the possibility of snow in some areas.
Heavy rain forecast for later this week may provide a welcome break from the scorching hot summer for some but for those who need the water, its benefits may be only temporary.
Bill Biggar, from Darfield, hangs on to his hat during the second division saddle bronc event at the Lawrence Rodeo on Saturday.
Work on road safety improvements on State Highway 1, between Mosgiel and Balclutha, is to begin late next year.