Cromwell's burgeoning population has prompted one medical practice to future-proof for increasing demand.
Work put in during the Covid-19 lockdown has led to Dunstan Hospital’s radiology and X-ray department being granted official accreditation.
It is a tenants’ market in Queenstown Lakes and Central Otago as holiday and longer-term rentals fall victim to the long tail of Covid-19.
A Queenstown woman says she warned the man who fled a Hamilton isolation hotel to visit a liquor store not to do it.
Will Gibson says when it comes to the potential yield from a breeding animal, size does not matter, and big is not always best.
The Cromwell Swim Centre’s pool heating system is likely to be upgraded subject to council approval.
A grant to a group interested in ecological restoration in and around Cromwell has been declined because the requested funds exceeded budget.
A recommendation for the purchase of reserve land to make way for the expansion of Cromwell New World will be presented to the Central Otago District Council.
Central Otago Mayor Tim Cadogan has called on Energy Minister Megan Woods to direct the Electricity Authority to review Aurora Energy’s ability to supply electricity to Clyde.
A "bog standard" response offering Clyde businesses a one-month line charge refund and recommending they buy generators has caused further anger towards Aurora Energy.
Two German nationals in Queenstown and two Alexandra women are expected to reappear in court on Monday following a string of drug busts this week.
The Covid-19 pandemic was a test for everyone involved in education and for a first-time principal that could have posed a challenge. But for new Poolburn School head Melissa Gare it was a case of "challenge accepted".
A lease agreement for council reserve land at the Kyeburn Hall has been approved by the Maniototo Community Board.
Preserving historical sites from destruction is at the centre of a "modest" $2500 grant to the Otago Goldfields Heritage Trust.