Sarah Naylor and 14-month-old daughter Charlotte, of Becks, admire the bright colours of spring on the Alexandra property of Mary McCarthy during the Alexandra Blossom Festival Garden Tour yesterday.
An Oturehua girl was taken to Dunedin Hospital with moderate injuries after a motorbike crash on her family farm yesterday.
The Alexandra Blossom Festival kicked off its 60th birthday celebration in style.
Woirking behind the scenes at the blossom festival on Saturday, Deirdre Jolly had no idea she was about to be called up on stage as the first recipient of a special trophy.
Sixty Blossom Festivals means the Alexandra Musical Society has staged 60 annual productions — a milestone to be celebrated on both counts.
How do we top this? That was the question Alexandra Blossom Festival organisers were pondering after a massively successful 60th birthday celebration over the weekend.
The 60th birthday celebration of the country's longest-running festival was outstanding.
On the 60th anniversary of the Roxburgh Dam, reporter Jono Edwards and videographer Craig Baxter take a look inside the colossal structure.
In a huge mechanism like the Roxburgh Dam, parts are bound to occasionally fail.
Irrigators could be "caught in the crossfire" if proposed power reforms go ahead, a meeting in Cromwell was told yesterday.
As curtain-raisers go, last night’s events set the tone perfectly for today’s 60th Alexandra Blossom Festival procession.
Economic development was the main focus of a Central Otago mayoralty forum yesterday, with a few detours into lighter topics such as the contents of each candidate's fridge and their...
Flying low over a remote airstrip in a plane to clear livestock before landing is a risky tactic, an aviation industry CEO said yesterday
A plane crash near the Poolburn Reservoir which killed the pilot and seriously injured two passengers was caused by the aircraft stalling during a low-flying stock-clearing manoeuvre.
Maniototo residents received the news they were dreading yesterday: confirmation the area's only bank will close on November 2.
The long-awaited $3.3million Alexandra ice skating rink upgrade may soon be under way with a $650,000 community board grant, but the facility will remain where it is.
Cardrona and Lowburn curlers, accompanied by their stones, will attend a special service at the Tarras Church on Saturday.
An 89-year-old Cromwell man has been jailed for sexually molesting two young girls in the 1970s and 1990s.
Shiver me timbers, a ship has been built inside an Alexandra theatre.
A Dunedin man has been remanded for allegedly making false comments to a judge by claiming he did not know a Cromwell burglar, but represented an equestrian firm offering to pay his reparation and give him work.