Central Otago’s annual celebration of food and wine, Eat. Taste. Central, has been "tweaked" to support hospitality and tourism businesses.
The complex world of crypto mining could be about to come to Central Otago. Jared Morgan speaks to a Dunedin software engineer concerned about a lack of transparency over plans for the ‘‘data centre’’.
Otago's mountain bike trails will be showcased later this year as an international mountain biking event makes its way across the region.
Fire followed by demolition spelled a double blow for a historic Central Otago villa yesterday morning.
The Central Otago Environmental Society has welcomed talks between the Environment Minister David Parker and Otago Regional Council chairman Andrew Noone.
What is left of an historic Central Otago villa destroyed in a fire this morning is being demolished.
A man convicted of arson — including setting fire to a house with his partner and children inside — burglary and making false statements to police has lost an appeal of his sentence.
The Central Otago Environmental Society (COES) has called to disband Otago Regional Council (ORC) councillors and have commissioners appointed in their place.
A 120-villa retirement village and 60-bed aged-care hospital at Clyde will go ahead after part of the land originally tagged for the development has been listed for sale.
Daffodil Day’s cancellation has not fazed Clyde’s Jody Velenski, who has used Alert Level 4 lockdown to step into the breach and launched her own fundraiser for the Cancer Society.
The Roxburgh Swimming Pool is a step closer to funds target after receiving further funding of $500,000.
Ten lots in a new industrial estate comprising 29 sections on 4.8ha to the southwest of the town centre of Cromwell hit the market this week.
An interim solution to Naseby’s potable water woes is a step closer with an upgrade of the town’s treatment plant to provide service after weather events that affect drinking water quality.
An 11th-hour application for council funding was "make or break" for the WoolOn Creative Fashion Event, Central Otago District councillors have been told.
Hadar Orkibi has stymied a rabbit control operation using pindone at the Manorburn Recreation Reserve but insists he is "not a greenie".
Ben Maxwell could be described as a throwback to a different era, one where the best rugby players were weaned on the land.
The Manuherikia River will be under the microscope again today at a public workshop in Dunedin looking at minimum flows for the river.
The legacy of what is believed to be one of the oldest primary school-age rugby and netball tournaments in New Zealand runs deep in the Central Otago town of Millers Flat.
It is believed to be the oldest tournament of its kind in New Zealand, running uninterrupted through both world wars and one pandemic until another intervened.