Five months after the disappearance of Alexandra man Christopher Bates, his father is making a plea to the public and asking for more help.
The public are saying no to a 900-home development in Cromwell.
It might be the "worst start ever'' to the season Geoff Balme has seen in his 11 years working the Naseby Luge, but he is optimistic the season will be good.
After countless hours and plenty of manpower, the Alexandra River Walk track has been upgraded.
The fourth annual Central Otago young winemakers competition, to be held today in Cromwell, will forge a way for new talent in the region, its organisers say.
A subdivision of up to 15 houses is on the cards for Bridge Hill in Alexandra.
Proud to become representatives for their community are new Central Otago justices of the peace Dave Evans, Tony Lepper and Janice Remnant.
After nearly 80 years of service in the community, the Stand Children's Services village in Roxburgh has held its final farewell.
A new tourism strategy is on its way for Central Otago, changing the structure of the district’s leading tourism body, Tourism Central Otago.
The number of councillors, wards and community boards in Central Otago could change after a representation review.
Firefighters say working smoke alarms and a good water source saved a house on a rural property near Cromwell from total destruction.
Fifty years of "fellowship, friendship and camaraderie on the ice" was celebtated by the Lowburn Curling Club at the weekend.
What could the future of Clyde’s past look like?
Emergency services attended a serious, "well involved" house fire which broke out last night near Cromwell.
It will be all smiles after the pests have gone, Central Otago Rural Education Activities Programme sustainability facilitators Abi Hawkins (left) and Anna Robinson believe.
Children and their families bid farewell to the Stand Children’s Services village in Roxburgh yesterday, as it closed down its live-in service.
After a passionate speech that nearly left her in tears, Central Otago district councillor Victoria Bonham failed to persuade her fellow councillors to develop a poison-free management plan.
The Central Otago District Council-owned Cromwell airport is set to expand after the council approved a new concept plan allowing for 26 new hangers to be built — up from the present two.
A community initiative in Cromwell is designed to gather quality data to help the local community make better decisions on development.
The final version of the Central Otago district's 2018-28 10-year plan, adopted by the council this week, would result in a rates increase by 4.4% on average.