Pam Jones seeks out Los Angeles' adventurous side as she enjoys six of the best art and culture experiences in downtown LA.
A new doctor has been appointed for the Roxburgh Medical Centre, alleviating concerns about the retention of doctors in the Teviot Valley.
A car was damaged when the boom of an irrigation unit being towed by a tractor hit it in Earnscleugh Rd on July 19.
As attention continues to focus on Central Otago maternity services, Waitaki MP Jacqui Dean is defending comments about recent maternity staffing issues that have been labelled misleading by some.
A solution has been found to a land transfer issue that had been affecting plans for a new pool in Roxburgh.
Three Central Otago designers have been announced as finalist designers for this year's World of WearableArt (Wow) Awards Show - but their entries are still ''top secret''.
A new wine tasting facility in the Cromwell basin will soon be offering wines from terroirs in two hemispheres.
The historic Bendigo schoolhouse could become part of a new rural subdivision proposed for Bendigo Station.
Concerts for 4000 people could be hosted at a million-dollar development in a remote corner of Central Otago.
A little bit of rain did not worry organisers at this year's Light Up Winter in Cromwell - not like last year.
Pam Jones is struck by the uncomfortable reality of race relations in the United States when viewing artworks and street activity in the cityscape of California.
The Upper Clutha district is set to host a landmark exhibition of art with a difference. Pam Jones meets the artist who has decided everyone needs a portrait.
Strong population growth in the Upper Clutha district has led to the provision of a new part-time district nurse to focus on palliative-care services in the area.
As the world commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, a New Zealand institute that looks down on Earth is celebrating its first two years of operation.
A proposal to locate and exhume graves in the historic Drybread Cemetery and analyse their remains seems to have the support of those in the surrounding district.
A 17-year-old defecated on a toilet seat in a property then sought out towels belonging to the victim, a recent former tenant of the property, and used them to wipe herself.
A proposed expansion of the Otago Polytechnic's Central Campus is an example of ''the future of vocational education'', a panel hearing an application for the development has heard.