Catlins ratepayers will get a chance to have their say on issues such as roading, tourism and more this summer.
Staff at Clutha Licensing Trust businesses were given greater certainty about their future last week.
The 150th reunion celebration for past pupils of the Tapanui District High School (TDHS) was all about remembering friends and reconnecting with old classmates.
Owaka can look forward to a fruitful future, thanks to the donation of heritage apple trees originating in the Catlins.
A drunk student drove through a police breath-test checkpoint and took them on a high-speed chase through Balclutha, a court has heard.
Rainfall is easing in Otago, but some roads remain closed in the South this afternoon as heavy weather continues to lash the country.
A new book detailing the lives of men from the Catlins who served during World War 1 is being launched in time for Armistice Day.
It's been a long wait between refills but Kaitangata residents will soon be able to top up their petrol tanks at their town's own petrol station.
New light has been shone on the lives of Catlins men who served during World War 1, as Armistice Day approaches.
The Clutha Licensing Trust (CLT) expects to make an announcement on the future of its businesses during the coming week, following a meeting with senior staff yesterday.
A sparks flew from the rims on which Eruera Matene drove around Balclutha, he hurled bottles from his window at his pursuers.
A Balclutha primary-school teacher has been caught drink-driving for the second time - this time just a kilometre from where he works.
A man has been accused of deliberately running over a person in Milton leaving her with moderate injuries.
The full tragedy of a young South Otago man's death while diving for paua last month became apparent during his funeral yesterday.