Eighteenth year; 18 Central Otago vineyards represented.
Highlands Motorsport Park in Cromwell was taken over by Easter mayhem yesterday for an Easter egg hunt.
A Central Otago woman is disappointed with the level of communication from the Central Otago District Council around tree felling at a local cemetery.
The hard work of Maniototo residents was acknowledged by the Health Minister and community leaders at yesterday's opening of the new Maniototo Hospital in Ranfurly.
The revamped Maniototo Hospital will officially open its doors this week.
Clyde's pub of more than 100 years shut its doors indefinitely this week, although its new owners are undecided on its future.
The plaudits have continued for Wanaka alpine skier Adam Hall.
A South Otago woman who took the Balclutha District Council to court over the felling of two trees says she has been slapped with a legal bill of nearly $12,000 from the council.
A Balclutha woman has been ordered to pay almost $12,000 to her local council, after fighting to save two trees in the town.
Otago Polytechnic’s Cromwell campus is targeting local industries to cement its position in the community.
An upbeat field not short on colour marked the Naseby 12 Hour Challenge over the weekend.
Gimmerburn farmer Tony Clarke has developed strong ties to Japan as both a merino supplier and a karate instructor. Adam Burns spoke to the proud Maniototo breeder.
Big projects and big aspirations - this is the outlook for Kiwi rally-car star Hayden Paddon, who has set up shop in Central Otago.
Community leaders in Central Otago are embracing a government funding scheme for earthquake-prone historic buildings in the region.
Uncertainty surrounds the resolution of a long-running land encroachment matter at Roxburgh Cemetery.
Organisers of the Omakau trots are being asked to find a more sustainable way to keep spectators hydrated before next year's event.
Discussions about leasing land are the next step for a multimillion-dollar development project in Alexandra.
A Defence Force bomb squad team safely disposed of explosives near Roxburgh yesterday and says there was no indication of malicious intentions.
Half a dozen sticks of dynamite have been discovered on a beach at Lake Roxburgh.
A Dutch military researcher had Alexandra school pupils riveted during a presentation last week which touched on a hometown hero.