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.
Clyde's pub of more than 100 years shut its doors indefinitely this week, although its new owners are undecided on its future.
Lead-footed competitors at today's Quarter-Mile Drags in Lawrence will be vying to beat a 12-year-old course record.
Social and emergency response services strained by changes in government legislation and funding are turning to the Central Lakes Trust for extra funding in order to survive, trust chief executive...
Housing issues need to be given more weight by the Central Otago District Council says Southern DHB's medical officer of health, Dr Marion Poore.
Alexandra resident Jan Fraser with the remains of her mangled recycling bin, after vandals took to it earlier this week.
Several parties, including Central Otago Mayor Tim Cadogan, are ''concerned'' and ''troubled'' about the Otago Regional Council's ability to process an incoming barrage of water permit replacements.
Central Otago ratepayers are about to get more information on their rates increase for the next financial year, but it will be through ''conversations'', not formal consultation.
Otago Polytechnic’s Cromwell campus is targeting local industries to cement its position in the community.
A truck transporting a house started spilling oil in Burkes Pass early this morning, closing State Highway 8 for a time.