Maternity services in Wanaka are on the move.
After every operation comes the debrief, and the organisers of Operation Cromwell Harvest are seeking feedback on its work to obtain — and keep — workers on Central Otago orchards.
An impasse between Kiwibank and its banking service provider in Alexandra and Cromwell has led to its departure from both towns from the end of next month.
It is a tale that could have been ripped straight from the pages of Boy’s Own Annual. The year: 1960; the protagonists: three boys on their basic bikes; the plan: to cycle from Cromwell to...
The small, dated and underused Cromwell Memorial Hall may spark a revolution after 20 years of debate about replacing it.
A report questioning the economic value of the overseas workforce to Central Otago’s horticulture and viticulture sectors has been labelled as flawed.
Otago Fish & Game is closely following developments regarding the proposed $4 billion-plus hydro-electric storage expansion of Lake Onslow above Roxburgh.
It is not too late for people to make themselves heard regarding a proposed community hub in Omakau.
Aurora Energy is racing to beat the Central Otago winter as widespread work to upgrade the electricity lines network across the district continues.
Members of the Teviot Angling Club feel railroaded into a increased water take from Lake Onslow for hydro-electric generation.
A group of Canterbury teens have forgone Netflix and Xbox these school holidays — lured to Ettrick for orchard work.
A high wire act is unfolding high above the Ida Valley as work to rewire the national grid from Roxburgh in Central Otago to Livingstone in the Waitaki district continues.
The lure of a transtasman bubble and a reinvigorated hospitality sector may lead backpackers away from Central Otago orchards and vineyards, industry leaders warn.
Organisers of the Clyde Wine and Food Festival were as blown away by the response to it as they were by the elements yesterday.
The message could not be any clearer — when it comes to Central Otago and Wanaka’s countryside there is only one bunny welcome at Easter.
Twenty thousand wheels, a 24,000-strong crowd across three days, all contained on 24ha — this year’s Wheels at Wanaka was big on scope and outcome.