Arrowtown's New Orleans Hotel can continue trading for the forseeable future after another deferral of a suspension of its on-licence.
Pisa district community members in Central Otago are banding together and calling for improvements in their area.
They "toughed it out", rebuilt themselves and kept their promise to the community.
An Alexandra man has been found not guilty of causing a fire which extensively damaged the Wastebusters recycling facility in the Central Otago town in 2015.
Alexandra man Aaron Gourlay has been found not guilty of lighting the fire which extensively damaged the town's Wastebusters recycling facility in September 2015.
Two Central Otago wines will feature at the banquet dinner with Barack Obama in Auckland tonight.
An extra $3 million is being made available for Central Lakes Trust (CLT) grants next financial year, following a shift in focus for the trust and a strong financial performance from its investments.
After about five hours of considering aspects of the Wastebusters Alexandra recycling blaze case, a jury adjourned its deliberations about 9pm yesterday and will resume its duties today.
The fire investigator who examined the scene of the Wastebusters Alexandra recycling centre blaze did not use proper scientific methods, the Dunedin District Court heard yesterday.
After a full-on two days of learning and practising driving skills, the winner of the 2018 Central Otago Young Drivers Programme best young driver award, Martin Alford (21), of Alexandra,...
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.
The National Party has apologised after information about people who signed up for two of its petitions, including one about the Lumsden Maternity Centre, was used to solicit donations.
"One, two, three, four, rural mums deserve more", was the chant heard in the streets of Lumsden at the weekend.
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.
A judge's written decision about a Springvale man who caused the death of Poolburn man Richard Kohler in a crash near Alexandra has praised Mr Kohler's family and emphasised that Mr Kohler did not contribute to the crash.
The statue of John Turnbull Thomson in the centre of Ranfurly has finally been restored, after a tireless battle by resident Edna McAtamney.