Emergency services are attending an incident in Dunstan Rd, Alexandra.
The Central Otago District Council's policy that says where psychoactive substances may be sold in the district has been rolled over for another five years.
While subzero winter temperatures may be off-putting for some, in Naseby they have been cause for celebration.
A tug of war over Clyde's wartime field gun has ended with guardianship being handed over to the Central Otago District Council.
Alexandra's new $400,000 indoor curling rink seems a certainty following news of almost $200,000 of grants for the project.
Campers may be charged a fee for using lakeside sites in Central Otago this summer.
Alexandra volunteer Jan Pessione’s hard work and humility have been recognised in a national award that honours her volunteering and compassion. She talks to Pam Jones.
An increase in Central Otago rates revenue of 5.6% for the coming financial year was approved by Central Otago district councillors after a low-key discussion yesterday.
A historic Central Otago cemetery could be the next site of a University of Otago research project that locates unknown graves and provides forensic detail of unidentified remains.
Some "shocking" driving in the Kawarau Gorge has prompted a plea from Central Otago police for motorists to follow basic driving rules and stay on the correct side of the road.
Oturehua's historic general store business is for sale, but its owners are not sure what they will do after it is sold.
Central Otago district councillor Victoria Bonham is facing a code of conduct investigation that will be discussed by councillors tomorrow.
Central Otago’s historic Gilchrist's Store business in Oturehua is for sale.
Romantic interludes are all very well.
Alexandra Primary School pupils at the Central Stories Museum and Art Gallery as they prepare to deliver a workshop during the inaugural Central Otago primary school writers’ festival.
A $10 million accommodation complex being built on the outskirts of Cromwell will be followed by another $140 million "high end" development nearby, the developer behind the projects says.
The biggest finding from a citizens' science study being done in Central Otago might be how much more work on the research topic needs to be done, one of the scientists involved in the project says.
They all live on the same street, drawing inspiration daily from the Hawkdun Range standing guard at the end of the road.
The proposed $60 million-$70 million Falls Dam irrigation project has been put on hold because of uncertainty over broader water issues facing Central Otago.
The funding model for effluent disposal sites is unfair, an Otago regional councillor says.