The house the community built is now complete - and has a new owner.
Some shop owners and service providers in Alexandra are reporting increased numbers of customers getting irate over mask mandates.
It is tagged as the "the ultimate mountain biking road trip" and from today the Crankworx Summer Series New Zealand hits the South Island for the first time — first stop Alexandra.
Construction of the Lake Dunstan water treatment plant and bore field is projected to cost $6.9million more than originally forecast.
Opponents of a proposed airport at Tarras are accusing Christchurch International Airport of trying to dilute environmental protections.
The Central Otago cherry season is about to start in earnest with early ripening varieties available for picking from Saturday.
Police have confirmed the body located in the Clutha River last week has been identified as Central Otago man Wayne Hammond.
Construction of the Lake Dunstan Water treatment plant and bore field is projected to cost $6.9 million more than originally forecast.
Passions ran high at a Central Otago District Council consultation on pine tree removal on Monday evening, with neither side seeming to be swayed by the other’s arguments or concerns.
The buddy who tried to help a Central Otago man who died while diving in Doubtful Sound believes he heard him say "I can’t breathe" before he lost consciousness and "dropped like a stone".
A lack of sufficient evidence means what caused the death of Roxburgh man Ian Gregory Wells while diving in Doubtful Sound in 2018 will remain undetermined.
A seven-day rahui has been placed on the Clutha River in Central Otago following the discovery of the body of missing Alexandra man Wayne Hammond in the river last Wednesday.
A seven-day rahui has been placed on the Clutha River in Central Otago following the discovery of the body of missing Alexandra man Wayne Hammond.
Groundswell's ‘‘Mother of All Protests’’ will head to Stewart Island as organisers fend off accusations the rural lobby is at risk of having tomorrow’s protest hijacked.
Pull in beside the Alexandra sign at the southern entrance to the town and the call of birds can be heard during gaps in road traffic, as cars and trucks power their way up Bridge Hill.
Critics of a planned data centre for Clyde in Central Otago are raising concerns about just what it'll be used for, saying it'll be of no benefit to the region - or even the country.