A Bannockburn woman is hoping her artistic appreciation of
the Nevis Valley will prompt others to support protection
against damage, including by dams being built there.
After years of putting the Maniototo's community first,
Rural Art Deco founder Edna McAtamney is having to focus on
herself and future health.
It has taken 16 months, but Waipiata's Heron family are
finally settled in their new home, and they could not be
One dedicated couple are relieving Ranfurly of its seven-year
cinema drought by bringing movies back to the town hall.
More than 4000 items on display at the Hayes Engineering
Works in Oturehua have been carefully measured, described,
photographed, labelled, and catalogued this week.
Pupils at Maniototo Area School in Ranfurly now have reason
to incorporate Central Otago District Council branding and
promotional material into their learning.
Photographs of Central Otago flora and fauna are on display
at Alexandra's Central Stories Museum and Art Gallery.
The proposed Cromwell town centre upgrade will not be made
available to the town's community board for another month.
The $3.3 million Cromwell Swim Centre has reopened after it
was badly smoke-damaged in an electrical fire in June.
Being without an arm or leg did not stop more than 20
amputees from throughout New Zealand and Australia playing 18
holes of golf at Cromwell yesterday, in the first part of the
two-day 2008 Amputee Golf Tournament.
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