Otago Lakes Central Police are trying to identify an owner for this vehicle, which was recovered earlier this month when people using it were arrested in relation to a burglary in Palmerston, Otago.
After a week of sticking to the speed limit, the owners of about $45 million worth of high-performance cars cut loose on a racetrack yesterday.
The Millers Flat bowling club will have a new lease of life after being passed down to the next generation.
"If you put your heart into something, you can do anything."
The Central Otago District Council is hoping to add "vibrancy" to local government by recruiting young blood.
The historic gold-mining town of Clyde is modest but lively.
Sticks'n'stones is on a roll, and taking its message nationwide, focusing on rural areas.
Contact has suspended further salmon smolt releases in the Lower Clutha and is looking at options for a hatchery within the catchment.
Former All Black captain Richie McCaw treated McLaren supercar fans to a guided chopper flight to Minaret Station yesterday.
A short film from Roxburgh pupils exploring teenage mental health has gained national acclaim.
It's not all just about sheep and beef at Minzion Station. The 4500ha Millers Flat property is also home to a saffron-growing enterprise and peony plot, combining an interest in both food and growing things for Sarah Macdougall.
An industrial air bag is being used to clear rock from the Nevis Bluff, about halfway between Cromwell and Queenstown on State Highway 6.
A section boom in Clyde and Alexandra has left little room for the towns to expand.
A dog owner is being prosecuted following an attack on a Bannockburn man this month.
Seeking more information about the risk posed by dangerous power poles on Central Otago District Council-managed land is not being ''overly reactionary'', the council's chief executive says.
There is no place for "a little hobby group'' on the Otago Regional Council says the council chairman following the creation of a Dunstan lobby group within the council.
A quick-thinking Alexandra man came to the rescue of a choking boy in an Auckland restaurant.
Reece Adamson should know a thing or two about bees. After all, his family has been beekeeping for five generations, first in South Canterbury and latterly in Central Otago.
Roxburgh girls Mackenzie Prew (14) and Mackenzie Reid (13) entertain the crowd at Roxburgh Christmas in the Park on Saturday.
As the cherry season begins, Central Otago orchardists are hoping the rain abates so they can meet Christmas demand.