Clear skies and scientific research at Lauder have merged with the arts for the filming of a dance work this summer.
Was it Mary Poppins?
Power has been restored to many houses in Alexandra affected by a 40 minute power outage this afternoon.
Land and Information NZ representatives will visit lakeshore along the proposed Cromwell to Wanaka cycle trail to discuss the project and planned fencing at Lowburn.
She arrived not knowing a single person, and left as the chairwoman of Central Otago’s signature fashion event.
The huge amounts of rubbish collected from four Central Otago freedom camping sites so far this season should be considered "a positive", Central Otago deputy mayor Neil Gillespie says.
Almost 40% of patients will be enrolled with Health Care Home GP practices by the middle of this year, Southern District Health Board estimates show.
It was a tale of intrigue and escape.
A Springvale woman is pleading with hunters to take more care around rural residential areas, after a bullet went through her daughter's bedroom window.
Proposed fencing at Lowburn for a planned cycleway along Lake Dunstan will take away the ''unhindered access'' provided to Lowburn residents as compensation for the Clyde Dam project, a Lowburn farmer says.
Thousands have spent part of their summer in Maniototo this season, enjoying an easy holiday in small rural communities.
Seven Central Otago gardens and work from about 30 artists will be showcased in this weekend’s Art in the Garden in Alexandra. Pam Jones meets one of the artists featuring in the...
A citizen science project in Clyde is being described as "groundbreaking" for its potential to aid the survival of native plantings in Central Otago.
It may have been barely 20degC, but it was "like a heatwave" for racegoers at the Roxburgh Trots yesterday.
It might have been the last one, "if Winston has his way".
Ten days ago, Kevin Braid and his Labrador Bonnie were looking forward to a sunny Central summer. But instead he's ''laid up in bed'' with a serious injury after being bitten by someone else's dog.
With four children aged 4 and under between them and the resulting ''usual juggle'', how is it possible for two women to stay fit and train for multisport events such as the Lake Dunstan Duathlon and Triathlon?
Sixty years ago a young man's horse came up trumps at the Omakau races and the dance that night led to him marrying his wife.
Campers overstaying at a site along Lake Dunstan have been warned they risk ''spoiling it for everybody else'', as a peak summer closure is considered.
More than 40 people have registered an interest in being part of Otago's first health locality network and a shortlist of applicants will be compiled this month.