Ahururi leaders are banding together in a bid to move a section of the Alps 2 Ocean Cycle Trail through Otematata.
There are fears more businesses will go under in Glacier Country, as operators come to terms with another New Zealand-Australia travel suspension and their second winter under the shadow of Covid-19.
Clyde teenager Caitlin Blanch, who had been missing since Tuesday, has been found safe and well in the Alexandra area, police confirm.
Flood flows on the Buller River this month were the largest of any river in New Zealand in almost 100 years, Niwa measurements show.
Closed borders and cancelled international competitions may have forced rowers on to local waters but all is not lost.
The controversial Forrester Heights is back on the Waitaki District Council’s agenda, after recent approaches by several parties interested in buying the site.
Central Otago farmers are calling for National Party politicians to pay more than lip service to their ‘‘Back our farmers’’ slogan.
The wait continued last night for the family of missing Clyde teenager Caitlin Blanch after the search of the Alexandra area was suspended yesterday.
"Unseasonably" and "unusually" warm and dry weather may be on the way for coastal Otago residents over the next three months, as Niwa watches for another La Nina weather system.
With just under 500 days to go, the Invercargill city development has 65% spaces leased and a further 16% awaiting sign-off, the developer says.
A Stewart Island resident say the country’s Covid-19 vaccine roll-out has a lot in common with its predator-free initiative.
Up to 90 pupils from Mount Aspiring College, Wakatipu High School and Dunstan High Schools have participated in a model UN Youth Summit at the Lake Wanaka Centre.
The Invercargill Licensing Trust recorded a surplus of more than $6million last year — an unexpected but welcome surprise for the chief executive due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
A Rakiura/Stewart Island resident compared the country’s predator free programme with the Covid-19 vaccine rollout.