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.
There were tears in Pisa Moorings, near Cromwell, on Thursday night as outsider Ellesse Andrews claimed a silver medal in the women’s keirin cycling at Tokyo 2020.
Central Otago’s Covid-hit horticulture sector has welcomed news seasonal workers from the Pacific will be able to enter New Zealand from next month.
The wait continued last night for the family of missing Clyde teenager Caitlin Blanch after the search of the Alexandra area was suspended yesterday.
More than 48 hours after her disappearance, police last night were no closer to locating missing Central Otago teen Caitlin Blanch.
A series of meetings with stakeholders and community groups concludes today in the Teviot Valley, as investigations into pumped hydro storage at Lake Onslow continue.
The father of a 28-year-old Northern Irish woman killed in a crash in Central Otago days after celebrating her birthday says he is haunted by visions of her final moments.
The sentence handed to a 49-year-old driver will seem "hopelessly inadequate’’ to the family of a Northern Irish woman killed in a crash in Central Otago, a judge has told the Alexandra District Court.
The Otago Regional Council will proceed with setting minimum flow levels on the Manuherikia River despite stinging criticism of a report on submissions from its deputy chairman.
Preliminary results for the Cromwell Community Board by-election have resulted in Bob Scott being named the successful candidate with 1086 votes.
The Otago Regional Council deputy chairman has described the findings of a report released yesterday on submissions made on five flow scenarios for the Manuherikia River as ‘‘bogus’’.
Submissions made to the Otago Regional Council consultation on five flow scenarios for the Manuherikia River clearly support a flow of 2500 litres per second or below.
The Otago Regional Council has answered criticism of its handling of the Manuherikia River minimum flows process and consultation on the eve of the public release of its findings.
An Alexandra businessman’s 10-year vision to inject life into the town’s main street is finally coming to fruition.
Results of the Otago Regional Council consultation into water management scenarios for the Manuherikia River will be made public next Friday.
Four emergency vehicles from the Queenstown Lakes District are being shipped more than 2000km to Fiji as the country deals with spiralling Covid-19 cases.
A fire that caused extensive damage to a cottage near Cromwell yesterday is a cautionary tale in the disposal of ashes, a fire investigator says.
The Teviot Valley has a local voice on a group investigating the benefits of pumped hydro at Lake Onslow compared with other energy storage solutions to New Zealand’s dry-year electricity problem.