The Naseby summer luge project has received a huge fundraising boost, including a $15,000 donation from a Queenstown holiday park.
It is usually cyclists you see on the Otago Central Rail Trail, but why not walk it all instead?
A film shot in Central and North Otago is the first New Zealand movie to be selected for the Moscow International Film Festival.
Builders and a construction start date for the rebuild of Maniototo Hospital have been announced.
Easter was just the icing on the cake for the Alexandra Clyde Lauder Union Parish in Central Otago this weekend as another important commemoration was recognised.
In 2000, it began with four wine stalls. Yesterday, 19 wineries and 19 food stalls lined a Clyde street for this year's Wine and Food Harvest Festival.
Forty years ago, escaped circus lions roamed the streets of Lawrence.
A refurbishment from top to bottom is on the cards for the Cromwell Museum.
The increase in kerbside waste and recycling being thrown into landfills is one serious issue the Central Otago District Council wants to solve through an updated waste management plan.
Upgrading the Clyde Heritage Precinct is one of four key projects in the Central Otago District Council’s new 10-year plan.
Pisa district community members in Central Otago are banding together and calling for improvements in their area.
The Alexandra Men's Shed has been granted $200,000 from the Central Lakes Trust towards construction of a new shed.
The Cromwell Community Board unanimously agreed to the development of a masterplan for Cromwell at its meeting yesterday.
The Cromwell Community Board will discuss a brand new master plan for the town at its meeting today.
Far in the depths of Central Otago, sitting in the heart of the Paerau Valley lies Lammermoor Station - and a new distillery, ready to produce the finest whisky and gin.
Winner of the Northburn 100 50km race, Laurie Harding, of Wanaka, said his victory was "ridiculous".
For John and Susan Elliot of Lammermoor Station, a dream will come true tomorrow when they raise their whisky glasses to toast the opening of their whisky distillery.
Rabbit holes threatening some graves at the Clyde cemetery have been filled in and their monitoring will become part of regular maintenance at the Clyde cemetery.
Back for its seventh year this weekend, the Northburn 100 ultramarathon is one of the most extreme races in New Zealand, if not the world.
Yesterday marked the third week of Ranfurly's being placed under a "boil water" notice and residents are demanding more information from the Central Otago District Council.