It now hosts pedal power, not locomotives. But the restored and repurposed Clyde Railway Station building represented a project of the highest order and one deserving of the national award it had received.
Pete Southee, of Galloway, has the top Labrador retriever in the country and he has three trophies and a shield to prove it.
Tom Fowler, of Tuatapere, and Casey Rae, of Middlemarch, compete in the horse-drawn section of the New Zealand Ploughing Association competition at Middlemarch at the weekend.
What do you call a group of chief fire officers?
Central Otago residents and visitors got to experience a unique orange wine at the weekend.
The 15-year-old driver of a vehicle that crashed near Alexandra on Saturday was so intoxicated he had trouble standing.
Police attending a crash in Alexandra yesterday evening were shocked to find the driver was a drunk, unlicensed 15-year-old who had a parent in the car.
At Shingly Creek Station, Julie Kearney is getting into bees.
Ken Gillespie may be a retired sheep and beef farmer, but he is still just as busy as ever, as he is involved with the area’s heritage, ice sports, tourism, irrigation, minimum flows, and various community projects.
Alexandra's Friday food and produce market will be charged a special rate to keep operating but a new rate for all markets is to be considered next year.
This week is Conservation Week and the Department of Conservation has been encouraging New Zealanders to ‘‘love your backyard’’.
Uruuruwhenua Health manager Ricky Carr is the face of an organisation that seeks to provide equity and opportunities for Maori and all cultures. As its team expands with the addition of a new...
A proposed feasibility study on the Clyde Historical Museum would help determine the future of the museum buildings, the Vincent Community Board (VCB) heard yesterday.
Bring on the battalion, this year Clyde is getting a taste of something new.
Shorts and sunnies were the order of the day throughout Otago yesterday.
There is no evidence linking poor air quality and health problems in parts of Otago, regional councillor Michael Laws says.
There is uncertainty over the future of the Otago Rescue Helicopter Trust and HeliOtago’s role as medical emergency provider in Otago and Southland.
Sweltering temperatures, floods and storms could be Central Otago’s future.
The owner of Cromwell motorsport park Highlands is planning to develop a multimillion-dollar world-class golf resort.
Central Otago Mayor Tim Cadogan says he is cutting ties with the Alexandra Clyde and Districts Business Group because of ''legal irregularities''.