Two musicians will perform on two pianos in one venue in a series of concerts next week.
Lynda van Kempen
Cromwell residents and ratepayers within the Vincent Community Board area are those most affected by the two main changes mooted in Central Otago District Council's draft revenue policy.
The ‘‘powers that be'' should be left in no doubt about how Otago felt about its health camp, Central Otago Mayor Malcolm Macpherson told the 300-strong crowd that marched through Roxburgh on Friday.
Rookie driver Matthew Pope borrowed his father's boat to win the inaugural Lake Dunstan Boat Club powerboat regatta last weekend, finishing nine places ahead of his father.
Stick up for yourself - that's the message a Clyde woman wants to pass on to others, having learned the hard way.
A trust has been formed to serve as an umbrella group for organisations and individuals with an interest in Central Otago's heritage.
Central Otago District Council will consider becoming a ‘‘fair trade'' district, after hearing a plea by five boys from the Star (Students Thinking Achieving Reaching) programme one-day school in Alexandra.
The new national cherry-stone-spitting champion, Mike Bassett, of Wanaka, says not practising is the secret to success.
Water and wastewater upgrades account for nearly half the 14% rates rise Roxburgh ratepayers are likely to face this year.
A new "heart" for Molyneux Park in Alexandra is likely to cost up to $10.4 million.
An Auckland cartage company could be fined a maximum of $250,000 for failing to ensure the safety of an employee but levels of culpability and reparations need to be determined first.
The Vincent Community Board's promotions budget is $45,000 lighter after two separate grants were approved this week.
A Cromwell doctor and his wife who said fencing their swimming pool would spoil their view and detract from their new home had their request for an exemption declined yesterday.
Drought-proofing part of the Maniototo was discussed yesterday in steady rain, on the site of a proposed water storage dam near Oturehua.
Alexandra people are being urged to offer whatever help they can to the residents of their namesake town in Victoria, which has been surrounded by the bushfires.
Continuing with the Saturday night concert would bankrupt the Alexandra Blossom Festival, the festival committee's annual meeting was told last night.