Central Otago Mayor Tim Cadogan has welcomed the establishment of an after-hours healthcare service at Dunstan Hospital, saying it will provide "the same service as before'' but "by different...
Executive-level women are front and centre at the Central Otago District Council, making up three-quarters of the executive team.
A new after-hours healthcare service has been established at Dunstan Hospital, ending several months of confusion and uncertainty for Central Otago residents.
A person has been seriously injured in a quad bike accident near Wedderburn this morning.
The Alexandra Postie Plus store is to close.
The company behind a multimillion-dollar mining exploration programme on Central Otago's Dunstan Range says it hopes the figures will "stack up'' for gold to be mined.
A group of Alexandra residents is worried power lines and poles running through Bridge Hill are in such poor condition they could cause fires and even electrocution.
A power line that caused a fire in Bridge Hill in Alexandra earlier this month is being given "high priority'' by Aurora Energy as the line is assessed to reduce future fire risk.
Surf's up at Nazare - but only for the brave, writes Pam Jones.
It might not have opened yet, but Ranfurly's new hospital got the thumbs up from a group of people who had a "sneak peek" of the facility last weekend.
The chairman of a group that wants to develop a retirement village in Alexandra says it is ''very close'' to knowing if it can secure land for the development.
A 15-lot subdivision on Stratford Creek Station at Lowburn has been approved by the Central Otago District Council hearings panel.
A new museum for Clyde centred around parts of the historic Briar Herb Factory Museum has emerged as the favourite from options presented to Clyde residents.
Vincent Community Board ratepayers look set to have a 10.2% increase in their community board rates next financial year.
A group who "tried hard" to reinstate a walking and cycling bridge over Alexandra's old bridge piers is "gutted" to find out the project is not feasible.
Skybase's Michael Read says Alexandra is still an "attractive option" for a base to test unmanned aircraft, but has stopped short of saying whether a second application for a restricted airspace will be lodged.
Thinking of having a few drinks and then going for a spin on top of a motorised chillybin? Think again.
Vincent Community Board members are taking Aurora Energy to task about its power poles and infrastructure, and will ask the Central Otago District Council to meet Aurora representatives to discuss...
Vincent Community Board member Russell Garbutt is calling on his fellow elected members to stand up against what he says is the ''continuing failure'' of Aurora Energy power poles and other...
In the week of the first anniversary of the disappearance of Alexandra man Christopher Bates, police and Land Search and Rescue volunteers will again comb an area near the Manuherikia River.