ANZAC sacrifices have benefited us all.
The Clutha District Council has awarded a $4m annual contract to City Care Water to manage the district's water supply, stormwater and wastewater, and support aquatics in Balclutha and Milton.
A keen music teacher from the Catlins is returning to Greece to help entertain and educate refugees there.
A new report on the Otago Corrections Facility highlights problems with healthcare and accommodation, but Corrections say the jail is "working effectively".
Some Tapanui residents are unhappy with council plans to give roadside trees near their homes the chop.
"The record for the fastest quarter mile sprint is still standing intact for another year, perhaps due to a section of slippery road surface.
Lead-footed competitors at today's Quarter-Mile Drags in Lawrence will be vying to beat a 12-year-old course record.
Agriculture Minister Damien O'Connor says he will continue to monitor the dry conditions in the Clutha district so the Government is ready to "step in if required".
A South Otago woman who took the Balclutha District Council to court over the felling of two trees says she has been slapped with a legal bill of nearly $12,000 from the council.
A man has been arrested in Balclutha after police confiscated a sawn-off shotgun and a large amount of ammunition from his house.
It is time the Government officially declared a drought in the Clutha district to enable support for farmers, Clutha-Southland MP Hamish Walker says.
A rural Catlins cenotaph has found itself at the centre of a heated debate in the run-up to Anzac Day.
A Balclutha woman has been ordered to pay almost $12,000 to her local council, after fighting to save two trees in the town.