Police are investigating a suspicious car fire in Lawrence.
A group of primary school pupils have proved big things can come from small packages.
A man thirsty for filtered water drinking fountains in the main street of Lawrence has been told he put forward one of the most concise proposals seen by the local community board.
Clutha's mayor wants to move away from using the term ``freedom camping'' and instead talk of ``responsible'' or ``irresponsible'' campers.
A sea lion suffered a slow, painful death in the Catlins after being shot over Easter.
A male sea lion found with gunshot wounds on a beach in the Catlins would have died ''a slow, painful death”, a Doc spokesman says.
A rather scary-looking Donald Trump is heading a campaign to ‘‘make Tapanui great again’’.
Clutha Vets in Balclutha was formally opened yesterday after a $3 million redevelopment.
South Otago A&P Society member Kate Wilson gathers a pile of pumpkins together for the society's first Giant Pumpkin competition.
Police inspect the scene of a two-car crash on State Highway 1, north of Waihola yesterday.
St John services in Owaka have put out an emergency call asking for more volunteers to crew its ambulances.
The Clutha District Council is seeking public feedback on its recently adopted draft annual plan which proposes a 2.37% increase in rates.
The New Zealand Transport Agency will start work on lowering the speed limit through Waihola next month.
A Clutha Valley family was horrified after someone shot dead a friendly deer in the paddock next to their house.
Hundreds mourned the loss of another young and vibrant life on Thursday.
A person had to be freed from a vehicle by firefighters after a three-vehicle crash involving a logging truck near Milton yesterday.
A driver has been injured after a collision involving a truck and a car in South Otago.
Twp of Clutha's newest citizens took the opportunity to tell their story and why they chose the district as a place to stay at a special citizenship ceremony on Thursday.
The Clutha District Council will subsidise rates bills using proceeds from the sale of forestry land.
Police are warning travellers to be careful about speed and their possessions over the Easter break.