An Alexandra ''innovation hub'' hosting science entrepreneurs could be one of the spinoffs of a space-based research centre in the town.
An Alexandra satellite research centre could be operational by the middle of next year.
Racing great Craig Baird was the victor in the battle of the Kiwis at the Highlands 101 endurance race yesterday. He and co-driver Michael Almond clinched the title of the 101-lap endurance race at...
Wanaka boy Marshall Watson (7) may have had a Ford logo painted on his face yesterday, but his favourite car is something a bit pricier.
Cromwell and Districts Returned Services Association president John Morton (left) and immediate past-president Gordon Gates prepare to lay a wreath at the Cromwell War Memorial in an Armistice Day...
Cromwell pensioners are struggling after the rents on their council-owned flats rose sharply, in a move a community law centre says "harms already vulnerable people".
Australian motor mechanic Sev Parseghian gets a McLaren 650s GT race ready on the qualifying day of the fourth Highlands 101 at Highlands Motorsport Park in Cromwell yesterday. About 1000...
A Cromwell resident has altered building plans heavily opposed by his neighbours, but they say they have not had enough time to process them.
A judge is "sceptical" about a Dunedin man’s excuse of being too sick to appear in an Alexandra court.
Through years of life-threatening stunts, ''Mad'' Mike Whiddet has certainly earned his nickname.
Tarras may soon be relieved of toilet troubles, but it will first have to last through a summer during which it will be flush with tourists.
Central and North Otago farmers are welcoming unusually high rainfall in what some are calling the wettest spring since the 1980s.
The leaders of two Central Otago community boards have been chosen — a first-timer in one case and the status quo in the other.
Lifestylers are questioning what is in it for them in regards to a potential wide-spread irrigation scheme in the Manuherikia and Ida Valleys.
The cause of a fire at the Maniototo Arts Centre in Ranfurly is yet to be determined.
As their marriage clocks up 65 years, a Cromwell couple feel they are ''lucky to have each other''.
It was a ‘‘sad day’’ in Ranfurly yesterday as the town’s only bank closed its doors, but the community is moving on.
Almost 700 children from 24 schools across the Central Otago and Queenstown Lakes districts strove to outrun, out-jump and out-throw other competitors at the Central Otago Primary Schools Athletics Championships.
Plans are forming for a Naseby summer luge after a long hiatus, but it won't be ready for this season's holiday-makers.
Children from Dunstan Educare perform on the St Enoch's Church lawn as part of the Alexandra Thyme Festival.