The snow-capped Kakanui Mountains, as seen looking east from near Kyeburn earlier this week following several days of crisp weather in the Maniototo region.
The Alexandra District Court had to be cleared for a period this morning after a defendant became aggressive and emotional during his appearance.
Thirteen submissions have been received about a proposal for a million-dollar development in a remote site in Bendigo.
There were a couple of ''high achievers'', but the rest were the usual suspects.
An Alexandra family say they may be forced from their home due to the ''unbearable'' noise from frost-fighting wind turbines as close as 100m to their home.
ORC spending on consultants and contractors working on major water-related activities has increased more than 10-fold over the past six years.
Pam Jones takes a trip through the Teviot Valley and down memory lane as she shares in a milestone birthday that reminds her of a simpler time.
Crushed recycled glass processed in Central Otago could be used for construction throughout the district.
Central Otago district councillors will consider whether to declare a climate emergency after getting a nudge from Alexandra school children.
Central Otago's growing population is continuing to strain the resources of Sport Central, Sport Otago leaders say.
An 11th-hour nomination has created a two-horse race for the Central Otago mayoralty.
A clip-on to Bannockburn's bridge may be built instead of the new suspension bridge previously proposed for the Lake Dunstan Cycle Trail.
Emergency services were called to a crash at the intersection of State Highways 6 and 8B, near Cromwell, this afternoon.
A private plan change could pave the way for a major lifestyle subdivision on the outskirts of Cromwell.
Eradicating lagarosiphon from Lake Dunstan is not possible with existing levels of funding, a Land and Information New Zealand manager says.
Backers of a proposed Alexandra retirement village have been granted a further extension to their efforts to acquire land for the development.
A "devastated" Dunstan High School is preparing to rebuild its outdoor education high ropes course after it was destroyed during high winds earlier this week.
Consent for subdivision work causing significant vibrations for neighbouring houses in Cromwell should not have been granted without public consultation, Cromwell resident Michael Laws says.
The Alexandra Men's Shed is on the move again - before its new facility is even built.
Plans to expand Otago Polytechnic's Central Campus have received the tick from the Central Otago District Council.