A boil-water notice is expected to remain in place for parts of Central Otago until river levels recede and turbidity in the water clears.
A boil water notice is expected to remain in place for parts of Central Otago until at least the middle of next week.
Residents in Alexandra, Roxburgh and Lake Roxburgh Village are now being asked to conserve water, after boil water notices were earlier issued.
A serial dog poo dumper appears to be up to their old tricks after 45 bags of faeces were found stashed under a tree on the Otago Central Rail Trail yesterday morning.
Judy Dymock (left) presents instructor Kathy Smith with flowers, recognising her commitment to the Steady as You Go falls prevention programme, an initiative offered through Age Concern.
A $193,000 grant will soon help improve safety and the overall experience for visitors to the Crown Range viewing point.
An alleged thief got more than he bargained for when a quick-thinking shop owner chased him along Alexandra's Tarbert St to reclaim $900 worth of goods.
Nine hours of "heart and concentration" is ahead of Alexandra-based shearer Stacey Te Huia, as he attempts to break a world record.
A permanent reminder of those who sacrificed their lives for their country now greets visitors at Clyde and Alexandra cemeteries.
Bumps and scrapes are a part of childhood but for Alexandra youngster Tait Payne, having "butterfly skin" means they take a far greater toll on him.
Preparation work for the clip-on bridges to feature on parts of the Lake Dunstan Cycle Trail has begun.
Bannockburn's Across the Bridge art festival spokeswoman Jan Hawkins models some of the creative hats which will be on show during this year's Bannie Beanie Competition Display.
Central Campus' Otago Polytech students are putting theory into practice by developing a series of wetlands to better manage leachates from a closed landfill.
Centenarian Vera Kerr did not want too much fuss for her 100th birthday, but that has not stopped her family and friends from travelling from far and wide - all 120 of them.
Alexandra's youth love living in a small town, but are showing increasing concern and awareness for the mental wellbeing of their peers, according to the latest Central Otago Youth Council survey.
A lack of mountain-bike trails in Cromwell could soon be a thing of the past, thanks to one rider and his supporters.