It was tagged as a drop-in session to seek feedback on Aurora Energy’s pending application to the Commerce Commission, but turned into a heated meeting.
Ask hunters where exactly in Central Otago they shot their haul in the annual Manuherikia Boar, Buck and Stag Hunt and they are unlikely to tell you.
An Alexandra-based company has joined forces with Nasa on an Earth-observing satellite mission to detect some of Earth’s most microscopic producers of harmful or potential killer toxins.
An Alexandra man who likened residents being forced to pay half the cost of the removal of problematic trees as "flat-out blackmail" has won a concession from the Vincent Community Board.
Weather is hampering a large-scale rabbit-control operation on the fringes of urban Clyde, but not for the reasons people might expect.
A man was airlifted to hospital with serious injuries following a two-vehicle crash near Cromwell this morning.
Alexandra woman Karen Elliot has lived in New Zealand for 47 years - without citizenship, residency or a visa.
The first sod will be turned at a new Cromwell subdivision this month following resolution of strong opposition in the development’s planning stages.
The sound of skippers yelling at sweepers and vice-versa are reverberating across the ice and richocheting off the walls at Naseby’s Maniototo Curling International rink this weekend.
Clyde residents are being to advised watch their children, dogs, and what they eat as a large-scale rabbit control operation starts on Monday.
What if? That is the question being asked by Teviot Valley residents who are taking a wait-and-see approach to what has been tagged NZ’s biggest infrastructure project since the 1980s.
New Southland candidate Joseph Mooney plans to hit the campaign trail today ahead of this year’s general election.
The large slip looming above State Highway 8 near Deadman’s Point Bridge at Cromwell has been all but stabilised two weeks after the earth moved.
Naseby's indoor curling rink has adopted a stopgap measure to stay open before an expected upturn in visitor numbers.
Teviot Valley community leaders see only one stumbling block in a proposed massive lake for a pumped hydro storage scheme above Roxburgh - where to house the workers.
Working a 24/7 service, midwife Charlotte Aarden says a roadside wake-up call is not unusual in her job. Meanwhile, maternity care in Central Otago and Wanaka is set for a wake-up call of its own.
The Central Otago District Council has to take some accountability for the degradation in water quality of the Manuherikia River.
Energy Minister Megan Woods says under-investment in Aurora Energy’s network has resulted in safety and reliability issues but is not a matter for the Electricity Authority.