Poaching is a significant problem which risks the lives of
staff and recreational forest users, southern forestry bosses
The Vincent Community Board will make a decision next month
whether to fill the vacancy left by the resignation of board
member Stu Millis.
At least two contenders - maybe three - have emerged for the
Central Otago mayoralty race.
A group planning a retirement village near Alexandra says the
Central Lakes Trust is reluctant to provide seed money for a
feasibility study so it will have to raise the $30,000 from
His father's medals sparked Wayne Campbell's interest in
collecting war memorabilia.
Vincent Community Board member Stu Millis has resigned,
saying he has "had enough'' of local government and citing
concerns about the district mayor and board chairwoman.
Rolled, carved, dressed, spat out and eaten - all this and
more happened to the feature vegetable at the inaugural
Pumpkin Festival at Roxburgh yesterday.
Bemused overseas tourists watched as hunters in the Cromwell
Hunting Competition unloaded deer, pigs and rabbits for
weigh-in at a hotel car park in the town yesterday.
There is nothing unusual about the degree of staff movement
at the Central Otago District Council, its chief executive
Cutting water billing back to twice-yearly is likely to save
the Central Otago District Council at least $20,000 annually.
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