Cromwell Community Board members have asked for more information before deciding whether to sell a strip of greenway needed for a proposed expansion of Cromwell New World.
Extra funding to clear lagarosiphon from boat ramps around Cromwell will help control the invasive weed in Lake Dunstan, those involved say.
The proposed cycle trail through the Cromwell Gorge has been approved by an independent commissioner, despite some ''strong and heartfelt'' concerns.
More than $8 million of spending has been earmarked for projects arising from the Cromwell master plan, after Cromwell Community Board members approved the draft figures.
Got a blocked inlet screen? Call the muffin monster.
The $52 million purchase of Mt Difficulty Wines Ltd by Foley Family Wines has been approved by the Overseas Investment Office.
A Maniototo man has criticised the Department of Conservation for being hypocritical about Central Otago's hinterland.
An American 17-year-old being referred to internationally as a racing prodigy stole the national sprintcar title from New Zealand drivers at the Central Motor Speedway last weekend.
The humble ukulele is contributing to a community project in Lauder — the restoration of its old railway station to its former glory.
He claimed he had been stitched up by his mate, and that Christmas got in the way of his training.
Ponds at Cromwell’s new wastewater plant took five weeks to recover from a suspected industrial discharge in Lake Dunstan last year, the Central Otago District Council has confirmed.
Te Papa's interest in the Eden Hore fashion collection validates the Central Otago District Council’s (CODC) decision to purchase it, councillors say.
Worksafe is investigating after a 59-year-old Maniototo man was killed while trimming a tree in Ranfurly last weekend.
Residents are being faced with spending some "big dollars" as the Cromwell Community Board considers budgeting $8.4 million for the first round of projects arising from the Cromwell master plan.
The granting of land use consent for a multimillion-dollar expansion of the Mt Difficulty cellar door and restaurant complex is "great news", general manager and winemaker Matt Dicey says.
If you struggled to sleep in Dunedin last night it might be because temperatures peaked at 28degC at 2am, but relief has arrived.
A young driver garnering international attention is predicted to turn some heads at the Central Motor Speedway this week.
Auckland artist Dick Frizzell will be the next artist in residence at Alexandra's Henderson House - the timing of which is "serendipitous", he says.
The way has been cleared for Cromwell's Wooing Tree vineyard to be turned into an intensive residential subdivision, after a plan change that would allow the subdivision has been signed off.
Departing Henderson House artists-in-residence Gregory O’Brien and Jenny Bornholdt say they were ‘‘unprepared’’ for the lasting impact Central Otago would have on them.