The Owaka Swap Shop has hit a huge milestone - stopping more than $250,000 worth of household items and clothing going to landfill.
Ask a lot of Milton residents if their town is on the cusp of a new era of opportunity and the answer is a resounding yes.
There will be one final auction at the famous Owaka saleyards in early August. However, it won’t be for calves or cattle, instead it will be for all the fences, gates, planks, rails, chains and...
The Clutha Licensing Trust (CLT) hopes to put recent controversy behind it and boost its hospitality trade, following the appointment of a new manager.
Tapanui business owners have described the southern entrance to the town as a speed ‘‘deathtrap’’ that needs to be fixed.
The Catlins Brewery at Kaka Point could soon be upgraded. Director and head brewer Norm MacLeod has lodged an application for an off-licence for his brewery, which would allow him to sell his bottled craft beer from the site.
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.
The tale of a World War 1 machine-gun stolen from, and then returned to, the Milton Town Hall has taken a new twist.
Balclutha Primary School principal Paddy Ford said many schools in the Clutha District faced the daily challenge of not having enough staff on hand to deliver the high standards of education they desired.
Kevin Barron is filing an application for a judicial review of his recent removal from the Memorial Hall Co-ordinating Group at Balclutha.
A Milton home-owner has questioned the ''high demand'' for affordable housing in the Clutha district after struggling for months to sell her three-bedroom property.
The Clutha District Council has decided to make parking enforcement a focus and ensure parking will remain available in the central business district.
Gore Women's Refuge is continuing an investigation into the establishment of a safe house in Balclutha.
The Milton Volunteer Fire Brigade took third place in the annual national Road Crash Rescue Challenge last month.
For 44 years Pam Henderson and Mary Hay have helped the community through their local Inner Wheel group.
Three teams from Tokomairiro High School are representing Otago-Southland at the 2018 FMG Young Farmer of the Year grand final, which starts in Invercargill today.