A Central Otago man has been airlifted to hospital with minor injuries after he spent the night in the hills near Bannockburn.
Despite receiving some bad news on Monday, Winton Amies, of Naseby, was determined to enjoy a day out at the Maniototo A&P Show yesterday with his dog Ruby and his 1938 Pontiac 38.
A 15-lot subdivision on Stratford Creek Station at Lowburn has been approved by the Central Otago District Council hearings panel.
The chairman of a group that wants to develop a retirement village in Alexandra says it is ''very close'' to knowing if it can secure land for the development.
A Central Otago community board member fears a cyclist could be killed on the Otago Central Rail Trail crossing at Chatto Creek.
Strong growth at Central Otago secondary schools is continuing, one being close to capacity and another experiencing its biggest roll in at least a decade.
A new museum for Clyde centred around parts of the historic Briar Herb Factory Museum has emerged as the favourite from options presented to Clyde residents.
Albert Town bridge is an "earthquake disaster waiting to happen", the Albert Town Community Association says.
Ratepayers in the Maniototo are set for a 7.4% increase in their community board rates for the next financial year.
People flocked from far and wide to enjoy the various aspects at this year's Central Otago A&P Show, one of many in the area taking place in the coming weeks.
A mountain biker has been flown to hospital with critical injuries after a fall near Cromwell today.
Adrienne Lamb is bringing to Wanaka a new market similar to the Friday Food and Produce Market she organises in Alexandra.
Vincent Community Board ratepayers look set to have a 10.2% increase in their community board rates next financial year.
A convicted poacher who "wilfully ignored" warnings to stay off a property has been sentenced on further unlawful hunting offences.
Skybase's Michael Read says Alexandra is still an "attractive option" for a base to test unmanned aircraft, but has stopped short of saying whether a second application for a restricted airspace will be lodged.
A group who "tried hard" to reinstate a walking and cycling bridge over Alexandra's old bridge piers is "gutted" to find out the project is not feasible.
Thinking of having a few drinks and then going for a spin on top of a motorised chillybin? Think again.
Vincent Community Board members are taking Aurora Energy to task about its power poles and infrastructure, and will ask the Central Otago District Council to meet Aurora representatives to discuss...