Harriet Fenn and Nathan Armstrong, of Armstrong Ag and baleage, are making the most of this week’s spell of hot weather.
Charlotte Jean Maternity Hospital is a labour of love. Almost 24 years ago, Melissa Fortune became the first baby born at the hospital in Ventry St, Alexandra. So began a legacy that would play out for the next 23 years.
Three things have made for her remarkable longevity, says Ranfurly’s Bessie Pearson who turns 104 today.
A district court judge has asked if drunken joyrides on motorised chilly bins are a Central Otago problem, after the second case in little over a year.
A District Court judge has asked if drunken joyrides on motorised chilly bins is a Central Otago problem before calling for an end to them.
Central Otago’s MPs have weighed in on the pending labour shortage in the horticulture and viticulture sectors.
Central Otago police were called to Lake Dunstan early yesterday morning after a member of the public reported a vehicle, believed to be a ute, was partially submerged in the water.
A Covid-19 world has forced some people to switch careers in order to stay afloat, while others have hit reset on their lives. Reporters Alexia Johnston and Simon Henderson talk to people settling into new jobs and industries in Central Otago.
An Alexandra bench dedicated to the memory of a popular teacher and volunteer firefighter has disappeared.