A North Otago man who vanished from Hampden on Thursday has been found safe and well in Queenstown.
A Waitaki district councillor has taken aim at the moving of "goal posts" for the council’s regulatory services team.
A search for a missing North Otago man was called off last night and will resume this morning.
About 200 Alexandra Primary School pupils form a giant T-shirt for Pink Shirt Day yesterday.
There was never any doubt Skyline’s proposal for a massive redevelopment of its flagship Queenstown operations was going to take time.
Gavan Herlihy has had a lifetime on the land and says rural support trusts are a lifeline for many farmers "when the chips are down".
Jacksons Hotel, a West Coast landmark for more than 130 years, will go under the hammer next month with a low $200,000 reserve.
A sense of pride in another group’s culture was what secured North Otago’s link to its past.
They were pulled loose from a stony paddock beside the Waitaki River and now the massive collection of stone tools has become a jewel in North Otago’s crown.
Models (left) Tessa Treadwell-Burke, of Wanaka, and Claire Scofield, of Alexandra, get made up ahead of the WoolOn dress rehearsal yesterday by Alexandra hair stylists Cathy Pankhurst (left)...
The impact of parking restrictions in Frankton will be reviewed in six months, partly because residents were not consulted.
The cost of attaching wastewater and water pipelines to the new Kawarau Falls bridge has risen by a third to $7.2 million since the beginning of the year.
Social media vitriol has led a judge to permanently suppress the name of a woman at the centre of a racist incident in Queenstown last year.
The unused Sanford shed at Oamaru Harbour is going to go.
Farming is all John Thornton has ever known.
During the Waitaki District Council’s annual plan community forums last month Pat Robertson saw an opportunity to make a change that had been talked about in her family for many years.
The Waitaki District Council has met the group developing Campbell Park Estate to offer advice on how to navigate council processes "as smoothly as possible".
An Oamaru dairy farmer has been fined $2500 and ordered to pay $500 for mistreating a cow.
The search area for a missing North Otago man now stretches from Hampden To Queenstown.
A man was seriously injured when a forklift “tipped and rolled” in Bluff last night.