A Catlins contractor says he is losing as much as $20,000 a week due to a seasonal road closure.
The South Otago Museum would love to reunite Clutha district families with their old colour studio portraits and family photos.
The Clutha Licensing Trust (CLT) hopes to put recent controversy behind it and boost its hospitality trade, following the appointment of a new manager.
Tapanui business owners have described the southern entrance to the town as a speed ‘‘deathtrap’’ that needs to be fixed.
A characteristically foggy morning in South Otago dawn conditions inspired Allied Press photographer John Cosgrove to get out and start snapping.
Clutha District Council committees met in Balclutha this week, and were presented with a range of positive statistics for the area.
"Citizen science" is helping a group of West Otago farmers make dramatic strides in environmental water quality.
Clutha businesses can expect the introduction of charges for trade waste discharge next year, following a change to local bylaws.
Tapanui teacher Anna Eade has added another trophy to her cabinet, after emerging as supreme winner at the Clutha Sports Awards.
An investigator is en route to a property north of Milton after the Milton Volunteer Fire Brigade put out a small fire in a bedroom this morning.
Following a four-year hiatus, the Clutha Licensing Trust Sports Awards return to South Otago tonight.
A farm worker at Lovells Flat, near Milton, carts baleage for cows feeding on a winter green crop. Farmers in South Otago say they are looking at a "pretty tight'' season for winter feed.
Toni Vivier is scheduled to give birth in Winton, but the Te Anau woman is worried her new baby will arrive at an unknown point between home and there.
A southern MP says the Government needs to listen to demands for increased police cover in his constituency, as he prepares to deliver a 1700-strong petition to Parliament, tomorrow.