Change seems to be the common theme among jubilee-goers at a reunion to mark 160 years of education in the Tokomairiro district over the weekend.
A vehicle has "gone into the river" in South Otago just after 7pm tonight.
Owaka artist Janine Thompson holds her Raven work, on display at the Owaka Museum and Information Centre as part of her "Flights of Fancy" art collection.
George Berney (80), of Balcutha, competed in the 20th annual Super Masters Games in the Balclutha War Memorial Hall yesterday.
Police are investigating several burglaries in the Clutha district in the past week.
Lincoln University has repaid the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) $1.5 million after an investigation found the Telford division made a series of funding reporting blunders.
The belated official opening of the new Tuapeka Aquatic Centre in Lawrence went off ''swimmingly'', organisers say.
Kaitangata Skate Park Development Group chairman Dallas Storer cut the ribbon at the opening of the park on Sunday.
A South Otago High School pupil's invention could go on to save the lives of thousands, if not millions, of paua.
A rail line through Clinton is operational again after a spectacular derailment — but it might be a month before investigators discover the cause.
Balclutha will have a tough time replacing one of its longest serving volunteer firefighters.
Crews are at work today clearing up the mess after railway wagons carrying coal derailed in Clinton last night.
A carriage of a freight train has derailed in Clinton partially blocking part of SH1.
Milton resident Jason Walker points to where he believes the former flour mill is falling into a state of disrepair.
Aged care facility Clutha Views Lifecare, of Balclutha, won the excellence award at the New Zealand Aged Care Association conference last week for training and staff development.
More than half the sections available in a house and land package offered in Kaitangata have sold.
It has been a difficult time for Clinton man Nathan Henry and his family, but he has returned home after treatment for severe head injuries with the help of friends and whanau.
The Clutha District Council has admitted mistakes were made investigating alerts at the Moa Flat Water Treatment plant in West Otago.
St Joseph Primary School pupils viewed some of the art on display as part of an "Art in Windows'' week for local primary schools.
Police are concerned the issue of Kaitangata residents taking ''vigilante'' action could escalate after a surge of vandalism and petty crime in the past few weeks.