A cyclist taking a shortcut across Alexandra Airport was only seconds away from being "cut in half" by a winch cable used to launch a glider.
A helping hand financially and a whole lot of community spirit has helped Central Otago’s newest curling rink project get over the line.
Alexandra’s coolest new venture is open for business.
A long-standing Maniototo business will close for good today after being on the market for more than four years.
A programme allowing at-risk teens in Central Otago and Queenstown Lakes to enter employment rather than slip through education system cracks is to be rolled out nationally.
It's been 75 years since Tom Landreth returned home from serving in World War 2. And on April 25 every year, the 101-year-old Cromwell veteran dons his suit and medals to attend the Anzac Day service and pay his respects to fallen comrades.
Matakanui Station’s latest crop is an amazing feat.
Central Otago’s cycle trails are proving to be the backbone of the region’s tourism industry.
A rural resurgence is under way as potential publicans eye up Central Otago watering holes.
Potential publicans are eyeing up Central Otago watering holes.
Central Otago vineyard owner and wine producer Janiene Bayliss has reason to raise a glass after being recognised on the world stage as a woman of influence.
The garage at Ross Hansen’s Cromwell home is lined with cars — possibly hundreds.
Owners of the former Poolburn Tavern are proving when one door closes, the same one can open on to new vistas.
Hundreds of Central Otago residents have roles as extras in one of the latest productions being filmed in the district.
Parts of Central Otago are in line for improved cellphone coverage amid concerns black spots are putting motorists at risk.
Central Otago’s newest curling rink is all but ready to be switched on to make an ice surface.
New faces on the organising committee may breathe new life into the beleaguered WoolOn creative fashion event.
Hundreds of Central Otago residents have had a say on how they want their region to grow during the next 30 years.
A Central Otago Lions club has a new set of wheels thanks to the Central Lakes Trust.
A cluster of suspicious fires kept crews busy across parts of Central Otago on Tuesday night.