One boy was flown by rescue helicopter to Christchurch Hospital with a suspected major neck injury and another was flown to Dunedin Hospital with a suspected head injury, during a junior seven-a...
Thirty years after the violent death of her beloved daughter, Dawn Smith hopes her killer will stay behind bars for the rest of his life.
The death of killer Dunedin doctor Venod Skantha has forced a review of how courts communicate with prisons.
Balclutha residents say they are fed up with what they regard as police inaction over an alleged antisocial youth crime spree in the town.
The man who raped and murdered a South Otago teenager three decades ago will spend at least another two years behind bars.
ODT subeditor and long-time rallying enthusiast Gary Newton revisits his younger days, riding with Aaron Slight in a shakedown before this weekend’s Otago Rally.
After a year of it hanging over their heads, the owners of a rural South Otago pub reacted to news of a likely liquor licence renewal this week with a mixture of anger and relief.
Three people have been injured, one critically, in a crash on State Highway 1 between Milton and Balclutha.
The Clutha District Council is changing the structure of two "soapbox" public consultation sessions next week, because of the complexity of its latest long-term plan.
Fun, fitness and friendship were the order of the day in Milton yesterday morning, as the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society South Island Easter School drew to a close.
Three people were injured, one critically, in a crash on State Highway 1 between Milton and Balclutha this afternoon.
Clutha officials want to see further subdivisions developed in the district, as a council-established project reaches capacity.
Dunedin man Mike Scholten retained his Lawrence Quarter Mile Drags title at the annual celebration of high-octane wheel-spinning at the weekend.
The hordes descended on Clydevale this Easter weekend, helping make the Clutha Valley Rugby Club’s centennial celebrations a memorable occasion.
One person was taken to hospital in a critical condition following a crash near Clinton early this morning.
Water restrictions have hit once again in West Otago, as the Clutha District Council continues its efforts to improve the longer-term situation.
The Clutha District Council will embark on the biggest infrastructure investment in its history, if its latest long-term plan is adopted unchanged.