Alexandra's Centre for Space, Science and Technology is growing in numbers, as an American scientist has signed up to the team, returning to the land he loves in New Zealand.
Alexandra's Centre for Space, Science and Technology has partnered with a San Francisco firm which operates the world's largest fleet of Earth-imaging satellites to enhance NZ's use of Earth-observation imagery.
A South Canterbury energy network is building fibre internet infrastructure in the Central Otago district, potentially raising the area’s capability for high-speed internet.
An Alexandra woman helping lead a United Nations mission in South Sudan says it is sad to see the beauty of the country marred by continuing violence.
A Manuherikia Valley farmer is making a last-ditch effort to rid his land of rabbits by dropping 1080 for the first time in three decades.
Busy in the quiet season is Simon Donaldson, of Rosedale Orchard, pruning peach trees at his orchard near Roxburgh.
A Scottish man said he was "turned down" and "sent away" when he tried to attend Dunstan Hospital with a heart problem and has complained to the Health and Disability Commissioner.
The Otago Regional Council is holding invitation-only meetings in Omakau this week to discuss the science behind the contentious minimum flow saga and the impact it will have on the Manuherikia...
The weather for this year's Central Otago wine vintage was the warmest since 1956 and tonnage was up, on trend with the rest of the country.
The NZ Transport Agency is still waiting for a letter from the Central Otago District Council explaining why the council needs more funding for local road maintenance.
Wanaka-based Akitu Wines came away with the 2018 Sustainability Trophy for the second time in three years at the International Wine Challenge in London.
Council staff are investigating a significant drop in water levels at a popular Alexandra picnic spot.
Gravel road maintenance in the Central Otago district may have to be cut if the local council does not receive more government funding.
The lead planner at the Central Otago District Council has resigned at a time when the council's planning department is under pressure.
A child's idea to hold a light festival near Alexandra not only exceeded his expectations but his family's too, as double the amount of people expected turned up.
The closure of both public pools in Central Otago at the same time over the school holidays for maintenance has upset pool users.