Two historic Central Otago properties were showcased at open homes on Sunday — but neither was for sale.
Roxburgh businesses have been left outraged and out of pocket by an Aurora Energy scheduled maintenance outage that never happened.
The full impact of Covid-19 has yet to significantly affect Central Otago’s economy but it could still be coming.
Central Otago’s overheated housing market is leaving professionals such as police, teachers, and nurses shut out of rentals, and blocked from getting on the property ladder.
A Central Otago police officer has described a light aircraft crash near Alexandra that killed its pilot — an Eastern Southland farmer — as "unsurvivable".
The first 39 recognised seasonal employer (RSE) workers will arrive in Central Otago in three weeks, "cyclone permitting", Seasonal Solutions chief executive Helen Axby says.
Most people’s commute to work does not involve a parachute but for New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) personnel it could be essential.
A 44-year-old former Southland rugby representative’s history of playing catch and release with the law has again resulted in his arrest.
A service in St Michael’s and All Angels in Clyde has secularised the church, marking the end of 158 years of Anglican ownership of the site and its 144-year-old church, the second built there.
Clean water is likely to flow from taps in Ranfurly tomorrow, after almost a month of a boil-water regime.
The Anglican Diocese of Dunedin is remaining tight-lipped over the sale of St Michael’s and All Angels Church in Clyde.
Locals and holidaymakers may notice the first two of five temporary supports beside State Highway 8 between Alexandra and Roxburgh.
Fire and Emergency New Zealand (Fenz) is promising a bigger, stronger, brigade to serve the Maniototo Basin community.
A man who died when a tractor rolled on a rural property near Alexandra last week has been described as "true blue Central Otago".
A man who died on a rural property near Alexandra last week has been described as "true blue Central Otago".