A Business is offering the prospect of dog-drawn sled rides through the Alexandra pines.
A divisive heavy-vehicle ban in Clyde's historic district seems likely after it has been endorsed by the council's roading manager.
An Alexandra chauffeur specialising in transporting the town's senior citizens could fill the gap left by the ending of a similar service mid-last year.
Bannockburn's community hall will get a "long overdue'' revamp after securing funding.
Invercargill painter Robbie Miller is no stranger to freshening huge sculptures like Cromwell's Big Fruit with his company Insignia Signs. Jono Edwards quizzes him on restoring the town's crown jewels to their former glory.
The council has "gone out of its way'' to keep a recycling station outside Omakau School tidy but the community would still prefer it to be moved, the school board of trustees chairwoman says.
Another film is taking advantage of Central and North Otago's "beautiful but harsh and unforgiving'' landscape.
The director of a company proposing a satellite research centre based in Alexandra says he is ‘‘pleased'' the proposal has reached the last funding round, but there is still work to do.
Potential parking problems could decide the fate of the proposed Wanaka Community House.
The Central Otago district of Bannockburn is to surfing what Jamaica is to bobsledding.
Zac Dyson (6) and Charlie Tait (5), both of Alexandra, invite patrons of the Autumn Country Fair to guess how many lollies are in the jar at the Earnscleugh Hall in Earnscleugh Rd yesterday.
Beautiful scenery enhanced by autumn colours is attracting more tourists to Central Otago in the traditional shoulder season. Otago Daily Times illustrations editor Stephen Jaquiery captured some of the magic yesterday.
Central Otago's autumn leaves have a yellow Mini to match as the Blondini Gang is chased through its streets.
The sale of reserve land near Clyde is on hold until at least November.
Theresa Radka (8), of Alexandra, moulds plaster sandbags based on a model provided by the Central Otago Model Society at an Anzac-themed holiday programme at the Alexandra Public Library.
The theft of a New Zealand flag from a Cromwell primary school has put a hitch in its Anzac Day commemorations.