Police are urging anyone with information about recent vandalism at Alexandra's skatepark to come forward, after racist graffiti was spray-painted at the facility.
Chatto Creek's close-knit community will rally together in memory of its fallen soldiers on Anzac Day.
Waitaki MP Jacqui Dean has slammed moves that mean Central Otago women can no longer access a new Wanaka maternity telemedicine clinic.
Braving breakdowns, bare naked challenges and bumpy rides, 60 Minis taking part in the Pork Pie Charity Run will reach their final destination today, Invercargill.
Young people need to be ''engaged'' to be attracted to work in the primary sector, says rural consultant John Bates, of Alexandra.
Two special flyovers will feature at this week's Anzac Day service in Tarras - one atop the community's flagpole and the other in the skies above.
Highlands Motorsport Park in Cromwell was taken over by Easter mayhem yesterday for an Easter egg hunt.
Designers and Teviot Valley residents are being encouraged to plan early for this year's tartan-themed events in the valley and enjoy them, as it could be the last time they are held.
An expanded wilding pine clearing programme is vital to protect Central Otago from the threat the trees pose, the new chairwoman of Central Otago's Wilding Conifer Control Group says.
A Central Otago woman is disappointed with the level of communication from the Central Otago District Council around tree felling at a local cemetery.
Police have confirmed this morning the commercial vehicle safety team is investigating a crash involving a Summerland Express Freight truck.
The hard work of Maniototo residents was acknowledged by the Health Minister and community leaders at yesterday's opening of the new Maniototo Hospital in Ranfurly.
Designers are being urged to lodge their final entries for this year's WoolOn Creative Fashion Event.
John Harris and Marilyn Duxson, of Maori Point Wines, do not welcome the idea that one day planes might land where their 6.5ha of grapes are growing.
A driver for truck company Summerland has suffered moderate injuries after his truck rolled in Central Otago early this morning.
The newly completed Maniototo Hospital has been officially opened by Health Minister David Clark in Ranfurly today.
Otago Fish & Game Council chairman Monty Wright says the council is ready to fight to make sure Contact Energy builds a salmon hatchery at the Roxburgh Dam, as a Contact Energy spokesman says a...
Consultation and co-operation will be crucial to the success of a five-year partnership between the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) and a Cromwell group, the lead adviser for the project says.