A permanent reminder of those who sacrificed their lives for their country now greets visitors at Clyde and Alexandra cemeteries.
Affordable housing has re-emerged as a key issue for Central Otago following the recent local body elections.
Bumps and scrapes are a part of childhood but for Alexandra youngster Tait Payne, having "butterfly skin" means they take a far greater toll on him.
Preparation work for the clip-on bridges to feature on parts of the Lake Dunstan Cycle Trail has begun.
A state-of-the-art radar has catapulted Central Otago into New Zealand's $1.8 billion space industry.
A near-century-old church in Central Otago is set to be sold in the next fortnight, following three years of negotiations between church owners and residents.
More than 20 years after sexually abusing a 5-year-old boy, a Central Otago business owner and family man has been brought to justice. However, his identity will remain a secret.
A date for Central Otago's next WoolOn Fashion Awards has been announced, but no decision has yet been made about the venue or whether the awards will remain in Alexandra.
A new service station on the corner of State Highway 6 and McNulty Rd, in Cromwell, has been approved by an independent commissioner, despite being opposed by almost 20 submitters.
Two people have arrested in Cromwell as part of an ongoing focus targeting methamphetamine dealers in the Otago Lakes area.
An international space tracking facility built in Naseby is a "next generation'' world first, those behind the project say.
Fears for the health of her children have led an Alexandra woman to launch a petition to Parliament seeking to block Spark New Zealand's 5G trials in the town.
Dunstan ward Otago Regional Councillor Michael Laws believes a magpie problem in Cromwell is endangering residents.
Re-elected Central Otago Mayor Tim Cadogan says he is excited about working with a new council and determined to keep the spotlight on the key issues in the district.
An increasing need for businesses and community organisations has been highlighted as a key area for the Otago Chamber of Commerce's Central Otago Leadership Academy, beginning next week.
An increase in staff numbers over the next few years cannot come soon enough for police as the "prevalence" of methamphetamine in Central Otago rises.