Waikaka School pupils updated their grandparents and special friends on their technological knowledge last week.
New changes are making streets more dangerous, not less, according to some west Gore residents.
Ethel Monaghan, nee Gerken, will be remembered not only as a glamorous fashionista, but also as a warm-hearted and fun-loving woman.
One special memory Sharon Lawton has of her niece, Brooke, is the day about 14 years ago, when she picked up a broom in the shearing shed.
Knowing his body is slowly deteriorating is ‘‘the scariest feeling ever’’.
A Canterbury six-year-old will be among those taking part in a new challenge to test the relationship between a horse and its owner.
A new challenge to test the relationship between a horse and its owner is coming to Eastern Southland for the first time.
Hannah Johnston’s passion has taken her all over the world. The Ensign sports reporter Kayla Hodge caught up with her in this postcard home to hear about her adventures at home and abroad.
Waikaka farmer Jono Gardyne has taken the message to recycle seriously and is making art out of scrap steel.
Winston Turipa’s heart attack could be regarded as a blessing in disguise.
One family’s favourite river activity may soon become more available to others if Phill Joostens has his way.
Invercargill author Alex Glennie has not run out of steam, nor is he derailed, but he does have a project he needs help with.
The end-of-game whistle has sounded for Mataura Licensing Trust board member Alan (Tiny) Byrne.
Gore man Tane Boyce is overwhelmed by the public response to his idea to help young people in the town.
About 8.15pm on Wednesday, the Otago Regional Rescue Helicopter was flying over the central business area in Gore when a laser beam was pointed at it from a vehicle.
‘‘Hug an addict and kick a drug dealer in the guts as hard as you can’’ was the sharp message Clutha District Mayor Bryan Cadogan delivered at a meeting in Mataura.
The official opening of the $240 million Mataura Valley Milk plant at McNab brought guests from all corners of the globe today.
When Brumby Builders’ Gary Ward, Russell Jenkins and Dave Webster set out for work in Piano Flat on Thursday, they never expected to be flown home in a helicopter.
When a trio of Gore builders set out for work yesterday, they never expected to be flown home in a helicopter.
Gore sheep and beef farmers Mark and Vicki Nicholson, who were recently nominated for the Southland Community Environment Awards, have been farming organically for 14 years.