A public meeting will be held in Alexandra this weekend to generate support for a replacement bridge across the Fraser River at Earnscleugh after one was removed last week.
Hundreds of primary school pupils from Queenstown, Wanaka, Arrowtown, Glenorchy, and Hawea spent yesterday competing against their Central Otago counterparts in Alexandra.
Stage one of Central Otago's largest industrial complex is up and running in Cromwell, after construction began in January.
Rpxburgh residents questioned Carisbrook Stadium Trust (CST) representatives about Dunedin's Awatea St stadium project at a roadshow presentation in the township last night.
Poolburn's pub will serve its final drinks to patrons over the next week before it officially closes next Thursday.
Mystery surrounds the origins of thick black smoke seen over Cromwell and Bannockburn during frost-fighting activities at the weekend.
On a fine day in Naseby, Larchview Camping Ground owners Tracy and Matthew de Woeps can be found measuring and pricing the sun as a commodity.
Developers of Old Cromwell Town are appealing to the public for donations of lead-head nails, which are needed for the restoration of buildings in the historic precinct.
Stories and laughter were shared over lunch by about 100 members of the Cromwell and Districts Returned and Services Association for Remembrance Sunday yesterday.
A Bannockburn woman is hoping her artistic appreciation of the Nevis Valley will prompt others to support protection against damage, including by dams being built there.
After years of putting the Maniototo's community first, Rural Art Deco founder Edna McAtamney is having to focus on herself and future health.
One dedicated couple are relieving Ranfurly of its seven-year cinema drought by bringing movies back to the town hall.
Pupils at Maniototo Area School in Ranfurly now have reason to incorporate Central Otago District Council branding and promotional material into their learning.
More than 4000 items on display at the Hayes Engineering Works in Oturehua have been carefully measured, described, photographed, labelled, and catalogued this week.
It has taken 16 months, but Waipiata's Heron family are finally settled in their new home, and they could not be happier.
Photographs of Central Otago flora and fauna are on display at Alexandra's Central Stories Museum and Art Gallery.
The proposed Cromwell town centre upgrade will not be made available to the town's community board for another month.
The $3.3 million Cromwell Swim Centre has reopened after it was badly smoke-damaged in an electrical fire in June.
Being without an arm or leg did not stop more than 20 amputees from throughout New Zealand and Australia playing 18 holes of golf at Cromwell yesterday, in the first part of the two-day 2008 Amputee Golf Tournament.