About 500 walkers, runners, bikers, horse riders and wagon riders will hit the trails all bound for the hamlet of Waikaia — where there will be a special double act to help them celebrate their...
The man who, in a 2018 review, found most of Aurora’s assets posed a low risk to public safety, reliability of supply and the environment, despite 35 incidences of protection systems failing, has...
An Alexandra woman who had to delay having children due to a prescription blunder finally has some closure — but it is not the end of her ordeal.
Investigations into several power outages that left thousands of people in Central Otago without power for hours are continuing.
A Cromwell pharmacist has been criticised for a prescription blunder which led to a woman having to delay pregnancy due to the significant risk of birth deformities.
Recovery from appendicitis and a 30-hour trip from Finland were not going to get in the way of Callum Hedge racing in the 68th New Zealand Grand Prix.
At the age of 15, Louise (Lulu) Clearwater built her first race car — a replica Lotus 7 — in her parents’ garage in Invercargill.
Keeping a community hub is the reason a group of Patearoa residents are keen to buy the village’s pub.
The Maniototo community came together under a suitably big blue sky for its annual A&P show earlier this week.
A proposal by Central Otago District Council (CODC) chief executive Peter Kelly to strip the region’s community boards of their delegated authority, effectively reducing their decision-making...
The Central Otago community have thrown their support behind a proposed plan to buy public easement for popular mountainbiking tracks near Alexandra.
Investigations are continuing after hundreds of litres of chemical fluid was spilt on to the road during a single vehicle crash in the Lindis Pass last week.
Dunstan High School pupil Sky Sanders, 16, of Alexandra, competes with her horse Cougar in the barrel racing at the Mataura Rodeo on Saturday.
Showing off the defibrillator donated by St John Roxburgh to the town’s new swimming pool are (from left) St John emergency medical officer Jack Gilchrist, Ida MacDonald Pool committee chairwoman...
Getting married on Valentine’s Day was a fluke, but the date works as a handy reminder for a Clyde couple who celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary today.
Less spending on glossy brochures and more on maintenance would help improve Central Otago’s power supply, according to an electrical engineer formerly employed by Aurora Energy.
Plans to convert an old quarry near Cromwell into residential property took a step closer this week.
A Central Otago man has been convicted of blackmail after what a judge says was a misguided attempt to right a past wrong.