Black Horse Brewery in Lawrence is enjoying a greater-than-usual number of visitors eager to see its daffodils, thanks to mild and sunny spring weather.
Submissions on a private plan change that would allow a 900-section subdivision opposite the Highlands Motorsport Park corner are still being analysed, the task taking longer than initially thought.
A new trend of million-dollar-plus houses in Cromwell has emerged over the past year, as residential prices continue to break records.
China is becoming increasingly important as a market for Central Otago's viticulture and horticulture, says Central Otago District Council's economic development manager Warwick Hawker.
A 46-year-old farmer who shot protected species on the opening day of duck shooting season has been fined $2500.
Emergency crews have extinguished a chimney fire in a Ranfurly house, while linesmen are on their way to attend to fallen power lines elsewhere in the Maniototo.
The Alexandra Primary School float "Jurassic Park" won the people’s choice category at the Alexandra Blossom Festival procession on Saturday.
Alexandra's annual spring festival looked more like summer at the weekend, as crowds flocked to make the most of temperatures that reached almost 20degC.
A film featuring Alexandra woolhandler and shearer Pagan Karauria is set to screen in Alexandra next week.
The long road travelled by Central Otago families visiting loved ones with dementia in Dunedin has sparked a proposed new community approach to care.
Seamus Hart, of Alexandra, holds a strong lead towards the finish line during last night’s Round the Clock Race.
Incredible video has emerged of a car reversing off Beaumont bridge before rolling down a nearby bank.
A doubling of cherry plantings in Central Otago in the next five years will create significant accommodation shortages for staff, a Central Otago labour market report has predicted.
The next phase of the Cromwell Masterplan programme is about to begin, after four areas were selected for more feedback.
New citizens, hailing from nine countries around the world, talked about the beauty of Central Otago during a swearing-in ceremony in Alexandra on Friday.