Aurora Energy says its fast-track pole programme was concluded in December and its renewal and inspection programme — and additional pole nailing — is continuing.
Aurora Energy has failed to explain inconsistencies in information provided at different times about a fallen pole in Alexandra last year, but has issued an update on its fast-track pole programme.
A vehicle lies on its side following a two-vehicle crash on State Highway 8 on the outskirts of Alexandra, near the intersection of Aronui Rd, just before 7pm yesterday.
Three people have been treated for moderate or minor injuries following a two-vehicle crash near Alexandra.
An 86-year-old woman has died after a car crash in Alexandra.
Shorts and jandals while on holiday at the beach? Good. In a courtroom? Not so much.
An award-winning Nasa scientist has been appointed director of research for the Centre for Space Science Technology (CSST).
Award-winning Nasa scientist Dr Delwyn Moller has been appointed as director of research for the Centre for Space Science Technology in Alexandra.
A "Brave son of Alexandra" has been laid to rest in the Alexandra cemetery, almost 24 years after his death and decades after he went into battle on foreign shores.
An old peach tree has played a special part in the marriage of high-profile Alexandra couple Jack and Shirley Alabaster, who celebrated 65 years of marriage this week.
Central Otago canines could be in for some extra capers following plans to create a "dog park" in the Clyde area.
A call for artworks by one of Central Otago's best known artists has gone out in preparation for a big exhibition in Alexandra.
The first stage of a project to convert the old Lawrence swimming pool into a park is almost complete.
One day waterslides, the next a quick spin in a Lamborghini. Such was the pace during Camp Quality New Zealand's summer camp in Central Otago and Queenstown this week.
New Zealand Rodeo Cowboys Association secretary Dianna Bradshaw spent 26 years working at the Northland Regional Council - and then she fell in love with a cowboy from Otago.
The 150 residents of Millers Flat are joined each summer by hundreds of visitors looking for an old-fashioned Kiwi holiday.
They started out strong, and made a fast finish.
They say the family that plays together, stays together. So what about the family that speeds around a dirt track watched by thousands of spectators?
He didn't do any ''sneaky practices'', and put his win down to ''a lot of hot air and the roll of the tongue''.
Nom Nom owner and Earnscleugh artist Debbie Paton whips up creamy confections in her Clyde shop but says it is another sweet treat that is her guiltiest.