A proposal to change the date of this year's Alexandra Blossom Festival has met with further mixed reaction as some people ask why the idea has been suggested only six months out from the festival.
Former Otago Regional Council councillor Gary Kelliher has announced he is standing in the by-election for the Dunstan constituency.
Oturehua identity Ken Gillespie wears many hats as he tends and enjoys his much-loved community. Pam Jones finds out about his commitment to a range of sectors in Central Otago.
The new face of the Central Otago Wine Association says the region’s flagship pinot noir is his favourite tipple, but encourages wine lovers to try Central Otago’s white wines, too. He chats with Pam Jones.
Discussion about whether to introduce a permanent 30kmh speed limit on part of Clyde’s main street needs to be done in a broader context about how to manage growth in Clyde, a council manager says.
Alexandra's Central Stories Museum and Art Gallery is to hold a series of public meetings to gather feedback about a proposed revamp of the facility.
A $30,000 grant towards the proposed Naseby Summer Luge will significantly speed up the project, those behind the initiative say.
A proposal for Alexandra Community House to further utilise the St Enoch’s church lounge and construct an extension between the lounge and community house has been floated, but much discussion will take place before any decisions are made.
Changes to how insurance work was allocated led to the insolvency of JNK Partnership Limited, trading as Alexandra Panelbeaters, a liquidators’ first report says.
Competing at his first international sporting event was a big deal for Cromwell athlete Benjamin Blanche, but his trip notched up another special first, as well.
Former Otago Regional Council member Gary Kelliher has announced he is standing for the by-election for the Dunstan constituency.
The event took 12 hours, but the bragging rights would last a lifetime, four Alexandra families who went head-to-head in the 2017 Torpedo7 12-Hour Naseby Challenge at the weekend.
A community response plan for the Maniototo district sets out clear processes for civil defence emergencies.
he Roxburgh Pioneer Energy Brass Band’s performance this weekend features two sisters and their mum.
Cold weather and the threat of rain were never going to cancel yesterday’s Otago Primary and Intermediate Schools Triathlon Championships in Cromwell.
Further assessing the condition of the Alexandra Memorial Theatre, at a cost of almost $10,000, will probably be "just the beginning" of work needed there, the Vincent Community...
They call her "Naseby’s good sort", and Jessica the purebred huntaway has become an institution in the historic town.
A Cromwell businessman says he does not like sending his staff to attend calls at a freedom-camping site because it has become a health hazard.
A petition demanding more Otago Regional Council (ORC) funding to control lagarosiphon in Lake Dunstan is soon to be launched, following a call from ORC councillor Michael Laws for Cromwell...