Upgrades to the Molyneux Stadium changing rooms have been completed and feedback from Otago Cricket has been positive, the Central Otago District Council says.
A two-lot subdivision in Lowburn has been approved by the Central Otago District Council, paving the way for luxury accommodation.
Data can make irrigation more efficient, Animation Research Ltd owner Ian Taylor told the third and final day of a national body conference yesterday.
Passers-by in the Clyde Heritage Precinct may have noticed a sudden change in the look of one historic building recently.
The Central Otago District Council is future-proofing the Omakau wastewater treatment plant.
Hoardings for Faigan’s Cafe along SH8 near Millers Flat have been approved, the Central Otago District Council announced this week.
A temporary solution to the Omakau and Ophir water problem will be installed this month as the planning of the permanent solution continues.
A pest-control group in Maniototo is disappointed with what it says is a lack of action from Environment Canterbury (ECan) to help manage Otago’s wallaby epidemic.
Spray programmes in Lake Dunstan are having the best effect on weeds in more than 20 years, the lake’s enforcement officer says.
Would you put your life in the hands of a dog at the swimming pool?
Residents opposing the Wooing Tree subdivision in Cromwell have appealed to the Environment Court.
Four young BMX bikers from Central Otago excelled in the recent national finals.
Attempts to clean up rubbish by installing new bins at freedom camping sites near Cromwell have not succeeded, a crown land contractor says.
The public will be able to have a say on the proposed 840-house development in Cromwell.
New bins installed at Lowburn in an attempt to solve the freedom camping rubbish problem have not been successful, and might yet be removed altogether.
A development of up to 840 homes is being planned for Cromwell.
Tourists who were travelling on the bus that burst into flames and destroyed possessions near Cromwell earlier this year say communication from their tour company continues to be scarce.
A submission made to a commissioner hearing by Millers Flat residents helped the NZ Transport Agency change its tune on proposed highway hoardings advertising the township's only cafe.
Four representatives from the Central Otago district will attend the Local Government New Zealand conference in Christchurch, from July 15-17.
A contractor has been chosen to design Lake Dunstan Water Supply project.