Fae McKenzie, of Kaitangata, works on an abstract painting during the inaugural session of Artsenta’s relaunched Balclutha Creative Wellbeing group at the South Otago Creative Arts Centre in Balclutha.
Neither downpours nor gale-force winds could prevent a mass vaccination event from going ahead in South Otago on Saturday.
Two helicopters and ground crews are working to extinguish a fire in Berwick Forest this morning which was believed to have been sparked by lightning last night.
Make sure your underwear has been removed from your washing line before taking part in Janine Thompson’s new photo exhibition.
What started out as a refit soon turned into a full›on rebuild, which has temporarily deprived Lawrence Area School of eight classrooms, its library, administration and staff amenities.
Several former anti-vaxxers were among those receiving their Covid-19 shots at a mass vaccination event in Lawrence.
A selection of soft toys line a windowsill at a home in Waihola. After proving popular during last year’s lockdown, stuffed animals and toys have started appearing in windows across Otago and...
New details have emerged about how construction materials were dumped in the Clutha River, and a government agency says the incident was ill thought-out.
Beleaguered Waipori Falls residents fear they may soon be left without clean drinking water, unless authorities take urgent action.
An Afghan refugee living in Milton and his family back home are waiting to see if, or when, the Taliban's "true colours" will show.
Stories of old Clutha are coming to life as the Clutha District Council’s Tiffany Jenks continues her work in Lawrence, digitising documents and photos and recording oral histories.
Career aspirations for secondary school pupils was the focus of a flying visit to the Clutha district by Economic and Regional Development Minister Stuart Nash yesterday.
Home business operators in Clutha say they feel "kicked in the guts" by an unexpected doubling of their council rates this year.
There was an unusual number of revellers at Beaumont Hotel on Saturday night, many of them four-legged.