Clutha residents have less than a week to submit their views on several proposals aimed at improving the Balclutha area, including a $5.4 million overhaul of the War Memorial Hall.
Clutha Mayor Bryan Cadogan had a "good look around" as a potential buyer at an open day for the developing Plantation Heights subdivision in Balclutha recently.
A West Otago resident will be running a marathon for the first time next month — to raise money and awareness to help families, like his own, who have been affected by neurological diseases.
A rise in domestic violence in Clinton is of concern, police say.
Employers are lining up to take on Cadbury workers as Dunedin rushes to organise a jobs summit to support staff facing unemployment.
The Otago Regional Council has organised a series of drop-in sessions to discuss how the current water plan is working, and proposed plan change 1D.
Waihola's longest-serving firefighter, Gerard Keene, is being honoured for 25 years of service.
A pair of kayakers had to be winched away by rescue helicopter after they became trapped on some rocks at Nugget Point yesterday.
Two kayakers had a lucky escape after becoming trapped on rocks at Nugget Point in South Otago.
Tenants living in a group of council-owned housing units in Balclutha will soon be able to park their cars off the street for the first time.
A significant section of development beachfront land, with resource consent in place to be subdivided into several lots, has come on the market in the Catlins.
The Owaka playground will be replaced later this year if all goes according to plan.
More than 100 competitors took part in the ninth annual Ken Milne Classic triathlon and duathlon at Balclutha at the weekend.
If you have been to Lawrence in the past year, you might have spied a small game of cricket going on. Samuel White bowls into Lawrence to talk to the man with some distinctive antique concrete cricketers carving up his own "village green".
Parts of Otago still face big air pollution challenges, but a recent study shows big positive changes through reduced emissions.
Repair work being done on the MacLennan road bridge in the Catlins will necessitate a 30-minute detour for road users.
Clutha district councillors are disappointed more than half of a series of flower baskets hanging in the main street of Balclutha have withered and died because local retailers have failed to properly care for them.
Trading on Easter Sunday will be allowed for all businesses in the Clutha District after the council voted in an extraordinary meeting to change the law.
A million-dollar Lotto ticket bought in Balclutha has been claimed by an Otago man who only ever buys a ticket "every now and then".
An Otago man who only ever buys a Lotto ticket "every now and then'' has come forward to claim his $1 million prize.