An integrated planning approach for Alexandra, Clyde and surrounds has been approved by the Central Otago District Council.
Parking restrictions are to be introduced in Clyde’s historic main street.
Mapping Central Otago’s biodiversity poses a of host issues that would stretch resources, the district council says.
Despite the furore surrounding council plans to reclassify recreational land leased to the Dunstan Golf Club, the national golf organisation says the body maintains a robust relationship with...
The Central Otago District Council will express concerns about powers afforded to housing development agency Kainga Ora in a submission to Parliament’s Environment Committee.
The Alexandra Blossom Festival has managed to stave off the financial challenges of the past to develop a plan that ensures the event’s survival for the next three years.
An Alexandra couple who want to build a multi-unit housing development say they are helping with the town’s housing shortage, despite opposition from neighbours.
The 2020 Central Otago wine vintage is shaping up to be one to toast despite a cooler summer.
It only takes a ricochet for pest control to turn into human tragedy and Alexandra police are urging people to be cautious when shooting near built-up areas.
Alexandra residents are threatening vigilante justice against a youth gang allegedly responsible for puncturing tyres in the town’s centre.
Dunstan Hospital management is considering making a submission regarding a proposed sewerage and wastewater pumping station about 200m from the hospital’s doorstep.
Heated discussion and walkouts dominated a closed door meeting to elect a committee for the WoolOn Creative and Fashion Society in Alexandra on Wednesday night.
The Brass Monkey Rally has been labelled a ‘‘money-spinner’’ for the Ida Valley and wider community, making it crucial an alternative is found, organisers say.
The Dunstan Golf Club alleges the Central Otago District Council has land-grabbed without proper consultation over plans to site a sewage and wastewater pumping station in the Clyde Reserve.
A breakaway faction is putting pressure on the beleaguered WoolOn Creative Fashion Event after the decision was made to move it from Alexandra to Cromwell.
The Alexandra Garden Club believes the way compost and potting mix is packaged and stored in the baking Central Otago sun makes it potentially lethal.
Land forming part of a controversial Cromwell subdivision is likely to get resource consent for residential development but in a radically different format.
Wanaka police are conducting an ongoing operation targeting drink-drivers and promise to be anywhere, anytime.
The company behind a controversial Cromwell subdivision has lodged an 11th hour appeal over a decision which stymied its plans for the development.
This year’s Brass Monkey Rally may be the last but an alternative event seems likely to replace it.