Australasian artist Euan Macleod will give a floor talk at his exhibition "Painter'', which ends on July 27, at Central Stories Museum and Gallery in Alexandra today at 10.30am with writer and art critic Gregory O'Brien. Mr Macleod was born in Christchurch and moved to Sydney in 1981. He talks to Jono Edwards about his work.
As the hearing for a proposed alluvial gold mine near Roxburgh ends, fears of some submitters of dust contaminating their fruit have lessened.
Pamela Hughes, of Alexandra, has been appointed a justice of the peace by Judge Michael Turner.
While Dunstan High School pupils were modest about their spelling contest win, no-one would describe them as being surreptitious.
Young wordsmiths yesterday showed they were way past their ABCs as they took on the English language with full force.
A Roxburgh poultry farm's plans to expand and modernise its operation will improve bird health and cut flies and odour, its owner says.
Native plants will bring life to a neglected section of Alexandra's recycling centre.
The neighbour of a Roxburgh poultry farm says its plans to expand will bring more flies and bad smells.
Central Otago Mayor Tony Lepper says he is "extremely supportive'' of a 10-year smoke-free plan for the district.
Central Otago children rode across ramps, through forests and on roads to test their bike safety savvy yesterday.
Three courier workers have been left with burnt hands after hydrogen peroxide leaked from a package.
Recent rain will help to bring new life to an 80-year-old storm-destroyed tree's infant descendant.
Two Cromwell grandparents will finally buy their dream home in the town after a $1 million Lotto win.
The Central Otago District Council will partly fund a Central Otago heritage officer but wants results before committing further.
Young activists are demanding the Central Otago District Council install a public toilet in Tarras.
Pisa Moorings will get a new 82-section subdivision, which could help ease the shortage of residential building sites in the Cromwell area.
Participants at an Alexandra dancing and vege-chopping event won't stop till they get enough as they dice soup ingredients in a disco inferno.
Alexandra will house the biggest art exhibition the Central Otago and Queenstown Lakes districts have seen, Central Stories general manager Maurice Watson says.
A Central Otago anti-cyberbullying group has added further national recognition to its awards.
If you've ever walked through the woods at night and thought "I wish this was scarier'', Alexandra has the answer.