As plans to rebuild the Cromwell Memorial Hall progress, the redevelopment of the Cromwell Town Centre — supposed to progress at the same time — is on the back burner.
More pupils and enough staff have started the year on the right foot for Central Otago secondary schools.
Water restrictions have been tightened in some Central Otago towns amid near-drought conditions in many areas.
It has taken more than two decades, divided opinions and been marred by bickering, indecision and cost blowouts, but finally the Cromwell Memorial Hall project is "getting on with it".
Horse riders set out from Earnscleugh Station on Monday morning, setting off on the 2024 Goldfields Cavalcade.
Love, education, safety ... everyone standing at the front of the room had their own reason for coming to New Zealand but they were united as the country’s newest citizens.
Creatures big and small were in attendance at Clyde Primary School on Friday, when the school celebrated its first Pet Day.
Lifelong learning has proven to be one of the keys to ageing well, along with being a part of a community.
Chemical-resistant worms might sound like a phrase lifted from the pages of a science fiction novel, but the conversation was very real for several Central Otago farmers last week.
A call for a nude rain dance was made at a field day on a high-country sheep and beef station in Central Otago.
Cromwell’s unassuming industrial district transformed into a top-notch speedway on Sunday, when it hosted the 11th annual Street Sprints.
Opponents of an ambitious airport proposal for the small town of Tarras are pleased that it appears to be grounded.
History lessons, accusations of bullying by councillors and claims of indecent haste flew around the Central Otago District Council chamber in Alexandra yesterday.
Flowers marked the spot at Cromwell College where a person died from a medical event yesterday morning.