Graves revealed during a bioarchaeology project at Drybread Cemetery near Omakau include those of Chinese gold-miners and infants.
Music, meditation, macrame and more were part of a new festival in Alexandra at the weekend.
A trio of Upper Clutha women are planning to connect young people with seasonal work opportunities.
Re-creating a memorable moment from childhood was the motivation behind a visit by a Royal New Zealand Air Force NH90 helicopter to Cromwell College yesterday.
Six previously unknown graves have been discovered at Drybread Cemetery, only days into a month-long archaeology research project.
Blessings at Drybread Cemetery yesterday paved the way for a four-week archaeology project.
Clyde could be home to a new $200 million retirement village if plans are approved by the Central Otago District Council.
Wanaka Community Board chairman Barry Bruce says stage two of the lakefront development plan has received extensive community input
Drag racer, speed demon, Kittyhawk pilot, aircraft renovator, businessman — Wanaka’s Garth Hogan has made an impact more than once during a busy career.
The wheels keep turning for some businesses thanks to surging interest in Central Otago’s cycle trails.
A warm bed, plenty of rest and a hearty meal can all contribute to the health of working dogs.
Goldfields Primary School pupils and staff gathered yesterday on their school grounds in Cromwell to form a love heart for Pink Shirt Day.
Giving unloved second-hand tableware a new purpose is a passion for a local artist. Shannon Courtenay, of Cardrona, creates tableware sets from items she finds in secondhand stores.A journey from...
As the Government aims to move away from a ‘‘throwaway culture’’ to a circular economy that encourages a ‘‘make, use and return’’ approach, some are embracing a fix and repair philosophy instead of...
Alexandra pupils were given a taste of what a career in music looks like during a visit from former Fur Patrol frontwoman turned solo artist Julia Deans.
"Keep on keeping on," Alexandra Blossom Festival manager Martin McPherson says.
When Max Byrne opens his mouth to sing, stand back and try not to be swept over. Aged just 13 his bold voice bursts out, sounding like someone much older.
Funds of nearly $10 million for water infrastructure have been agreed between the Central Otago District Council and the Government.
Buzzing after a weekend workshop are members of the Central Otago Model Society.