The man behind a proposal to rezone the Cromwell saleyards has had a long association with the growth of Cromwell, the Central Otago District Council hearings panel has been told.
The motorcyclist killed in an accident near Alexandra on Tuesday is being remembered as a caring, community-minded man who adored his children.
Dunedin man Tony Cumberbeach is this week completing his 19th Goldfields Cavalcade - but he hasn't ridden a horse yet.
Central Otago Mayor Tim Cadogan says the Central Otago District Council needs to work with developers and the community to find a solution to Cromwell's rental accommodation shortage.
The Centre for Space Science Technology's (CSST) funding has been formally secured, following the signing of a contract with the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.
Public support is being sought to buy a painting which is more important for what is on the back than the front, the man heading the campaign says.
After 6750km, five sets of tyres and more than a few adventures, Dunedin teenager Hamish Kirkman knows just how he will celebrate his arrival back home this week.
As almost 500 cavalcaders make their way over nine trails towards Omakau this week, new tales are being told and more friendships forged, Goldfields Cavalcade co-ordinator Terry Davis says.
Stuck in the middle of Cromwell's accommodation crisis wondering how to get out, Kym Rollo's situation represents that of many in the district, she says.
Cromwell's rental accommodation shortage is approaching crisis levels, a trend of ''bidding wars'' is emerging and some families are living in caravans and garages.
Having healthy children at home motivated two Cromwell women to consider those less fortunate when they were deciding going on an epic road trip dressed in tutus and fairy wings.
Beau the crossbred turned heads as much for his fashion sense as for his good nature and performance on day one of the Mt Benger A&P Show at Roxburgh yesterday.
Nominations have opened for this year’s Central Otago Sports Awards.
Aged 59 and beginning a new chapter in Central Otago, Paul Newman could be a poster boy for the type of student increasingly attending the Otago Polytechnic’s Central Campus.
A new brewing course planned at the Central Campus in Cromwell will continue the polytechnic’s track record of delivering courses that are one-of-a-kind in New Zealand, Central Campus marketing...
Changes to projected ward rates for the Teviot Valley have seen a possible 7.6% increase reduce to 2.5%.
The rabbit problem in Central Otago is as bad as it has ever been in some areas and farmers hope a new method of biological control will give them some respite.
Work done at an international level to ensure young people remain safe using ''disappearing'' media is continuing on the local stage.
Two of Central Otago's community boards have so far approved ward rates for the next financial year.
Central Otago farmers who lit fires on three rural properties when a total fire ban was in place may be liable for the costs of rural fire crews attending the fires.