Electric bikes give you wings, Pam Jones discovers, as she gets a helping hand on three of Central Otago's cycle trails.
Alexandra teacher Debbie Steel feels like the stars have aligned as she has won a once-in-a-lifetime educational opportunity.
Pam Jones talks to the Parsons family about farming life on their Central Otago Waikerikeri property as they move on to a new era.
A lake management plan is being developed by the Guardians of Lake Dunstan to tackle a variety of issues affecting the lake.
Two Southern tourism figures have been named national finalists in this year's Young Tourism Export Council (YoungTEC) awards.
A Cromwell builder convicted of his 32nd driving while disqualified offence has been given a chance to stay out of the justice system - all because he got glasses and passed his driver's licence.
Affordable housing has re-emerged as a key issue for Central Otago following the recent local body elections.
A state-of-the-art radar has catapulted Central Otago into New Zealand's $1.8 billion space industry.
A new service station on the corner of State Highway 6 and McNulty Rd, in Cromwell, has been approved by an independent commissioner, despite being opposed by almost 20 submitters.
A date for Central Otago's next WoolOn Fashion Awards has been announced, but no decision has yet been made about the venue or whether the awards will remain in Alexandra.
An international space tracking facility built in Naseby is a "next generation'' world first, those behind the project say.
Re-elected Central Otago Mayor Tim Cadogan says he is excited about working with a new council and determined to keep the spotlight on the key issues in the district.
A Central Otago police officer has become the highest polling councillor for the Central Otago District Council.
A man who sexually abused a 6-year-old boy but denied being attracted to children was looking at child pornography weeks after completing his sentence.
An Alexandra man convicted of a slew of possession of pornography charges has been sent to prison for more than three years.
The restored Heron Cottage - complete with stabilised stonework and new wooden doors - sits on the banks of the Clutha River in the Roxburgh Gorge.
A record number of nominees are standing for the upcoming Central Lakes Trust elections, which will put at least four new faces on the trust.