Central Otago’s wine harvest is under way as sparkling varieties are being picked and pressed.
A lack of antenatal classes in Central Otago is leaving some pregnant women unable to access Ministry of Health specified levels of maternity care.
In fishing, tales of the one that got away are often exaggerated - in the case of a karearea hooked in Alexandra on Sunday there is a photo to prove it.
This year’s Wanaka A&P Show hangs in the balance, and organisers are to meet this evening to decide whether to forge ahead with plans for the 2021 event.
The Lake Dunstan cycling and walking trail is a "great asset" but also represents a risk when it comes to search, rescue, and recovery operations.
A partnership has been struck between an Alexandra company and Australian geospatial-intelligence organisation to tackle illegal activity at sea.
Blasting to make a rock face safe on the Lake Dunstan cycling and walking trail between Clyde and Cromwell has pushed its opening out by a month.
The Electricity Authority has deemed Aurora Energy’s regional pricing strategy to be fair, despite a chorus of disapproval from across Central Otago and the Queenstown Lakes districts.
Using lasers to control birds might sound like science fiction but Ewing Stevens hopes the technology will save his grapes from the peckish pests.
Central Otago’s stop-start summer has temporarily grounded a New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) parachute training exercise.
Two historic Central Otago properties were showcased at open homes on Sunday — but neither was for sale.
Roxburgh businesses have been left outraged and out of pocket by an Aurora Energy scheduled maintenance outage that never happened.
The full impact of Covid-19 has yet to significantly affect Central Otago’s economy but it could still be coming.
Central Otago’s overheated housing market is leaving professionals such as police, teachers, and nurses shut out of rentals, and blocked from getting on the property ladder.
A Central Otago police officer has described a light aircraft crash near Alexandra that killed its pilot — an Eastern Southland farmer — as "unsurvivable".
The first 39 recognised seasonal employer (RSE) workers will arrive in Central Otago in three weeks, "cyclone permitting", Seasonal Solutions chief executive Helen Axby says.