Future planning for Clyde’s historic cemetery will double its size.
A countdown supermarket in Alexandra has been granted resource consent and is set to break New World’s monopoly on large-scale grocery retail in the town.
A new supermarket in Alexandra has been granted resource consent and is set to break New World's monopoly on large-scale grocery retail in the town.
The Central Otago District Council is seeking architectural services for the more than $4 million redevelopment of the Briar Herb Factory Museum into a purpose-built museum/community facility.
It was a case of right place, right time for a Southland helicopter company, its crews helping firefighters tackle a large gorse fire near Ryal Bush.
St Bathans’ landmark Vulcan Hotel could be back on the market as early as next month, staff and ghost included.
The $50 million loss incurred by Central Otago’s cherry growers this season impacts growers, jobs and the New Zealand economy.
Jetstar has denied its staff ate a woman’s cherries after they were taken from her before boarding a domestic flight from Queenstown to Auckland but admits it should have disposed of them.
An Alexandra man’s culinary flair was curbed yesterday after a dash to the supermarket for key ingredients missing from a meal he left cooking led to a house fire.
Emergency services work at the scene of a two-car collision at the intersection of Royal Tce and Enterprise St, Alexandra, yesterday.
Jetstar is investigating after a woman claimed a box of cherries taken by the airline’s Queenstown Airport check-in staff before a flight back to Auckland were subsequently eaten.
It took almost 20 years for Shukuru Munro to give back to her alma mater in Tanzania and she is doing it one fete at a time.
Alexandra has become temporary home to a small army of specialist lines mechanics as work begins on the next phase of Transpower’s Clutha Upper Waitaki Lines Project (CUWLP).
The cost of flood damage to Maniototo roads has yet to be assessed following a New Year dump of rain that wreaked havoc across much of Central Otago.
Central Otago fruitgrowers are still counting the costs of the New Year deluge that decimated this season’s cherry harvest.
From sluicings to ruins, to the remainder of settlements long gone, Central Otago’s gold rush heyday is still etched on the landscape.
Central Otago cherry growers have lost millions of dollars of crop after 36 hours of persistent and heavy rain destroyed yet-to-be-picked fruit.