A drop-in session about the future of Lake Hawea’s wastewater will be held at Hawea Library today from 10am to 1pm.
The historic Dunstan House hotel in Clyde’s heritage area has both a storied past and a firm presence in today’s popular culture.
Power outages have been reported in parts of Central Otago, affecting hundreds of customers, as high winds bring lines and trees down, and roads are closed.
A rural school with a roll of only 26 pupils received 195 new children’s and young adults’ books on Monday thanks to local author Kyle Mewburn.
Running up and down 11 flights of stairs with 25kg of firefighting equipment strapped to your back is not everyone’s idea of fun.
The Cromwell Community Board quickly snapped up 1640sq m of land worth $550,000 for nothing yesterday.
Te Hau Toka Wellbeing Group this week announced that more than $50,000 will go towards improving people’s mental wellbeing across the whole of the southern lakes region in the next few months...
Police are responding to reports of a big pig and little pig causing problems for road users on a Central Otago highway.
Police are responding to a number of phone threats received by schools across New Zealand today, including Wakatipu High School, Dunstan High School and Waitaki Girls' High School.
The results are in - but a decision on the future of the pines at Alexandra’s Half Mile Recreation Reserve will be left in the hands of a new-look community board after local elections in October.
Nina Downer has never questioned becoming a viticulturist, and that focus paid off on Thursday when the young Felton Road Wines worker was named Central Otago Corteva Young Viticulturist of the Year.