Central Otago writer Jillian Sullivan says a writing fellowship will allow her "precious time'' to research her next work.
Alexandra artist Denis Kent has notched up more than 50 years of contributions to the Central Otago Art Society Alexandra Blossom Festival Exhibition.
New Zealand’s national anthem took on an additional language at last week’s citizenship ceremony in Alexandra.
A Central Otago landscape that is both a political statement and homage to the toil of pioneers has secured the Central Otago award at the Arts Gold Awards 2017.
Golf is off the cards at the Dunstan club’s course for the next few days.
Police have refused to say whether some historic poaching prosecutions have been made incorrectly or unfairly, following comments in an IPCA report that seem to indicate that has occurred.
It was a streamlined affair, but still full of Scottish spirit.
Maniototo Health Services Ltd chairman Stuart Paterson has found himself in the spotlight due to the planned Maniototo Hospital rebuild, but say his preference is always to be behind the scenes.
Maniototo Hospital leaders have increased the scope of the hospital rebuild from $5.5 million to $6 million to allow larger bedrooms to be built in the facility.
An IPCA investigation that revealed multiple shortcomings in a police investigation of alleged poaching by two officers has been severely criticised by those who complained about the case.
The IPCA has found a number of shortcomings and delays with an investigation into alleged illegal hunting gave the appearance that two off-duty officers received favourable treatment.
The princess is a Greenpeace activist, and the hero who saves her a computer geek who works for the biggest company in the land.
Southern principals welcomed an $11 million boost for education in the district as the National Government announced funding to redevelop the Maniototo and Lawrence area schools.
Spring network maintenance on the electricity network will result in short power outages for Omakau district residents later this month, an Aurora Energy spokesman says.
A new contract for Central Otago health provider Uruuruwhenua Health will help improve Maori health outcomes and complement existing projects, those at the coalface say.
A driver and 48 bobby calves had a lucky escape when a stock truck rolled off the road between Roxburgh and Millers Flat yesterday.
Back in the day, it provided water for steam trains that transported produce from Teviot Valley farms and orchards.
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A driver and 48 bobby calves had a lucky escape when a stock truck rolled off the road between Roxburgh and Millers flat today.
New community patrollers in Central Otago will strengthen the community and act as the "eyes and ears" of police, Central Otago police say.