A $14.7 million Alexandra-based space research centre should be operating within a less than a fortnight, and momentum is expected to gather in the following months.
Clyde businesses are frustrated the town will be ''shut down'' on July 1, a week on Saturday, due to a scheduled power outage.
Four-day first-class cricket could be coming to Alexandra.
Wanaka's Ella Lawton is the likely winner of the Otago Regional Council Dunstan Constituency by-election.
A technical problem caused 42 out-of-town voters to initially not receive voting forms for this week's Otago Regional Council by-election.
What type of business is expanding throughout the country? A postal service.
An award celebrating the Clyde Railway Station restoration effort is an ''awesome'' recognition of the community's work, its working group convener says.
Hydroelectric dams on the Clutha River are being hit by the lowest three-month period of inflows in 80 years.
Tough words did not faze Central’s best young spellers in Cromwell last night.
Young wordworms yesterday proved Central has some impressive spellers.
A Roxburgh orchard, in the same family for 150 years, has been sold, potentially removing a barrier for a large-scale gold mine project.
A replacement memento of a late Tarras sporting great is with his family after the original was destroyed in a house fire.
Emergency services personnel work at the scene of a crash in which a vehicle ended up a ditch near Lauder yesterday.
A match-predicting octopus might not be necessary for this Lions tour if Cromwell boy Ben Griffith’s (9) confident forecast for tomorrow’s Dunedin match proves true.
The ODT's Jono Edwards examines how the Central Otago After Hours system is faring 18 months down the track.
When Roxburgh girl Mykayla Robert is dancing around the Muay Thai ring, she isn’t thinking about pain.
The Otago Central Rail Trail has been named best New Zealand Cycle Trail for the second year in a row.
An Alexandra vineyard has become part of a growing network throughout the country hosting luxury electric car chargers.
The Central Otago District Council has commissioned its own study on minimum flows in the Manuherikia River.
The Central Otago Heritage Trust has "no future" without a change to its structure, chairman Graye Shattky says.