A scorned woman’s message outing her "soon-to-be ex-lover", displayed in the centre of Cromwell, set the gossip train in motion recently.
The moon-like landscape of the Earnscleugh Tailings near Alexandra has been named as a category 1 listed historic place by Heritage New Zealand.
Police are appealing for information following the theft and subsequent dumping of two dogs from Clyde and have identified a vehicle of interest in the case.
How to effectively govern a region almost as sparsely populated as Mongolia — that will be an issue for those engaged in reorganising local government, Central Otago Mayor Tim Cadogan says.
Christopher Bates’ parents want someone to remember something that leads them to their son. There's been no sign of the Alexandra man since he disappeared more than three years ago. A cold case, and cold comfort. Jared Morgan reports.
Two dogs that were stolen from their locked kennels in Clyde have been found safe but with signs of mistreatment.
For 25 years three women have reigned over the Alexandra Blossom Festival’s Senior Queen competition. Now they are abdicating.
A pair of Otago historical properties have attracted a record number of visitors, bucking the Covid-19 downturn trend in the tourism sector.
A national appeal has been launched for a brown tabby kitten called Fire who had her hind leg amputated after being rescued from a precarious situation in Central Otago.
Cromwell residents are being encouraged to offer odd jobs to horticulture workers between harvests this year, through an ongoing campaign geared at encouraging them to stay.
Checking the rocks near Clyde Dam to see if the towering concrete structure could withstand a devastating shake was almost too simple a plan.
A one-two punch in the form of a large-scale theft by a former manager, followed by the impact of Covid-19, have forced a central Alexandra cafe to close its doors permanently.
An Alexandra mother hopes the mystery of her son’s disappearance will be solved one day but also realises she is unlikely to ever see him again.
A whanau-centred approach to Covid-19 vaccinations for Maori and Pasifika communities was rolled out in Alexandra yesterday.
Hundreds of homes in Alexandra and Cromwell could face a $1000 bill after their properties were identified as discharging stormwater into the towns’ wastewater systems.