The grass is looking greener for Wanaka's parking problems.
Harbourmasters around Otago say they are pleased to report the vast majority of water users have stayed safe out on the water this summer.
The wheels are slowly starting to turn for an ambitious mountain-bike trail project in the Hawea Conservation Park.
Five ODT reporters have gone way beyond their comfort zone to bring back stories of fear and mortification. Today, Sean Nugent pads up to face a red leather ball coming at him at 130kmh.
The newest member of the Upper Clutha sporting community says he is looking forward to working in a region full of ‘‘amazing talent’’.
Cardrona Valley's Rhythm & Alps has become a staple in the summer calendar for thousands around the country.
Close to 2000 people young and old turned out for the Hawea Picnic Races yesterday but you could almost guarantee no-one had been to the event more times than Ken McLeod.
Changes are on the way for Wanaka's New Year's Eve celebrations in an attempt to reduce the amount of underage drinking in the town.
One person has been flown to Greymouth Hospital after suffering moderate injuries in a crash on the Haast Pass Highway this afternoon.
Warning signage has been erected at the Hawea River whitewater park upstream of the Camphill Rd bridge for the toxic algae, phormidium.
The climbing guide who got stuck on Mt Aspiring for over three days after being injured by a rockfall says he is glad to be home.
Urgent repairs to the Wanaka Skate Park are being welcomed by skaters, who say widening cracks are dangerous and have caused injury.
One of Wanaka's newest sporting groups is already making waves. Triathlon group TriWanaka has hosted just two events but has already attracted plenty of participants.