A youth art project to help beautify Cromwell and showcase the talents of local schoolchildren is set to begin.
This morning, out in the New Zealand countryside, among the fields, hills, pastures and wetlands, dressed in camouflage gear and hidden in mai mai huts, stand the duck-shooters.
Two Cromwell sporting sites have received a combined total of nearly $30,000 from the Cromwell Community Board to help with irrigation projects.
Otago cycle trail operators have received more than $100,000 in funding from the Government for track maintenance.
Central Otago police are urging duck-shooters to stay safe this weekend and are asking them to look out for signs of missing man Christopher Bates.
Nearly 500 people have made a submission on the Central Otago District Council’s new 10-year plan and more than 90 people want to speak at council meetings, a record for the council.
The Teviot Valley Community Board has decided to hold off from putting a firebreak on land near the Roxburgh reservoir, despite concern from residents.
Mayors south of the Waitaki are urging Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to take action over the proposed closure of the Roxburgh children’s village.
The Otago Fish & Game Council is planning to speak to the Environment Minister about what it says is a lack of national direction on the change from historical mining privileges to resource consents.
A Becks man says Aurora Energy only responded to his pleas after he threatened to contact the media.
A Clyde resident has suggested the Central Otago District Council sell special bags to help fix the district’s dog poo problem.
Through the hills, below the mountains and above the quaint towns and pubs of Central Otago, more than 100 mountain bikers have gathered for the 2018 New Zealand Mountain Biking Orienteering...
Fewer sea-run trout in the Pomahaka River has prompted Otago Fish & Game to survey the river.
A fire destroyed two hunting huts near Ranfurly early yesterday morning.
Otago Fish & Game is unhappy with a response from the Queenstown Lakes District Council’s harbourmaster to an angler who complained about a jet-boat interrupting his fishing.
A feasibility study for the Clyde Museum has been scaled back because of a funding shortfall.
The Vincent Community Board wants more information on a proposed dog park and walking track on the Clyde Town Belt before approving a management plan for Clyde’s recreational reserves.
More than 85% of health and safety incidents at Central Otago District Council facilities over the summer period were at district swimming pools.
An extension to a grazing land lease which is part of Alexandra Airport reserve land has been approved by the Central Otago District Council.
The orchardist neighbouring the proposed River Terrace development southwest of Cromwell believes the subdivision could be an obstacle for their business.