Firefighters Dunstan Brook-Miller (left) and Paul Keen, of the Clyde Volunteer Fire Brigade, take care of hot spots at the scene of a small scrub fire near Alexandra yesterday afternoon.
A 40-year-old Cromwell man has pleaded guilty to three charges following a car crash during which he was sitting beside a youth driving the car.
A 42-year-old Omakau man has admitted causing the death of Poolburn man Richard Kohler in a crash near Alexandra on February 28.
Passengers in a campervan have managed to get out after the vehicle turned over on its side in the Lindis Pass.
Firefighters attended a small scrub fire near Alexandra this afternoon.
A 40-year-old Cromwell man has pleaded guilty to a charge of reckless driving over an Alexandra crash where a drunk unlicensed teen was behind the wheel.
Berry lovers should eat their strawberries now, because there might not be many left at Christmas.
Waitaki Valley vineyards escaped the ''weather bomb'' that threatened the industry in Central Otago this month.
At the Dunstan Lodge 150th anniversary celebrations, Clyde, Saturday, November 18.
The peony season is winding up early in Central Otago this year and for one peony farm this year's blooms are its last hoorah.
In the face of adversity a Wanaka man is keeping his prostate cancer in check by staying active.
The Otago Regional Council's first female chief executive ``clearly'' stood out among the other candidates, council chairman Stephen Woodhead says.
The ORC will consult the public later this week about managing the Clutha River’s flow to ensure the different needs of the community are met.
An application for a plan change that would allow an intensive residential subdivision on the Wooing Tree vineyard site in Cromwell should be approved, a planning consultant says.
An Alexandra family that lives and breathes kayaking is set to dominate the national team at an international freestyle kayaking challenge in Argentina.
From small-town ballads to the call of Nashville, Tennessee, Cromwell country singer Dusty Spittle has walked a colourful walk in his country music career.
Admiring a 150th anniversary commemorative plaque at Lodge Dunstan in Clyde on Saturday are Freemasons New Zealand members (from left) District Grand Lodge of New Zealand south grand master Mervyn...
Record highs could be on the way for parts of Central Otago as a high pressure system settles over the region this week.
The rules were "there are no rules".
Kate Scott, of Bannockburn was delighted when she was named as one of five Nuffield scholars at Parliament earlier this month.