Central Otago locals can now get their hands on tickets for the region’s biggest annual event.
Burning election issues were cast aside in favour of conspiracies by some of the audience at a meet the candidates meeting in Cromwell on Tuesday night.
The Manuherikia River has been given a funding boost so the catchment can be cleaned up and the river’s future ensured.
The Alexandra Blossom Festival is to go ahead as planned — subject to any further updates from the Government and changes to Covid-19 alert levels.
Immortalised on canvas in Grahame Sydney’s work Top Nosh, the food caravan of the same name is up for sale.
A deal gone awry means for the first time in 140 years St Bathans’ landmark Vulcan Hotel is closed, leaving its fabled ghost to wander the building alone.
A $100 million upgrade of two of Transpower’s high-voltage lines through Otago is under way, with the biggest job set to begin in January.
The building of a new $3.4million ambulance hub in Cromwell is expected to start this month after a more than year-long fundraising effort.
As the Government aims to move away from a ‘‘throwaway culture’’ to a circular economy that encourages a ‘‘make, use and return’’ approach, some are embracing a fix and repair philosophy instead of...
Central Otago needs to consider the "very real possibility" a proposed multibillion-dollar pumped hydro storage scheme in the Teviot Valley could go ahead, the district’s mayor says.
Labour has pledged to pump an additional $70 million into Lake Onslow's hydro storage project, as part of its policy to have 100% renewable electricity generation by 2030.
Alexandra pupils were given a taste of what a career in music looks like during a visit from former Fur Patrol frontwoman turned solo artist Julia Deans.
A Bannockburn couple have taken up the cause of an abandoned Ministry of Works botanical experiment in Central Otago.