Lynda van Kempen

Eden Hore collection report due May

A study into the care, storage and display of the Eden Hore fashion collection should be completed by the end of May.

Craft beer festival hits the spot, patrons say

Craft beer festival hits the spot, patrons say

The Alexandra Craft Beer Festival added some fizz to the Waitangi Weekend festivities, patrons said.

Ukulele players gather in their hundreds

Ukulele players gather in their hundreds

Lauder should be declared the ukulele capital of the country.

Biking discovered

Biking discovered

Kris Bennett says being a pillion passenger is the perfect way to see the countryside.

Master Builders local branch formed

Central Otago builders have established their own branch of the Registered Master Builders Association.

Bid for gold in Teviot Valley

Bid for gold in Teviot Valley

A large-scale gold mine planned near Roxburgh is "getting up there'' among the largest alluvial gold operations in the country, its promoter says.

New bid for subdivision

A Queensberry site with a ‘‘complex planning history'' is at the centre of another bid for resource consent.

Packhouse keeps the cherries on top

Packhouse keeps the cherries on top

Tucked away on a quiet street in the Cromwell industrial area, a building takes up most of a block. A few small signs on the outside hint at its use. Central Otago reporter Lynda van Kempen takes a closer look.

Bridge network stress 'significant issue'

Bridge network stress 'significant issue'

Central Otago's ageing bridge network is being placed under pressure as the number and weight of trucks increase.

Wastebusters staff relieved at arrest

Wastebusters staff relieved at arrest

News a man had been arrested in connection with the Alexandra Wastebusters arson has been greeted with relief by the recycling operation's staff.