Case referrals in Central Otago over the past year reveal 46.4% of elder abuse was perpetrated by adult children.
Regular users of the Alexandra-Clyde 150th Anniversary Track, commonly known as the River Walk, are upset at what they see as indiscriminate felling of trees along the track.
As temperatures plummeted below zero throughout Central Otago this week, one Alexandra school was caught short.
Exploding numbers of rabbits in the Lake Dunstan area have spurred Land Information New Zealand (Linz) to begin control work on its managed lands around McNulty Inlet and the Kawarau Arm of Lake...
Queenstown Airport will have reached development capacity by 2027, and Dunedin and Invercargill airports will not be able to provide for Central Otago’s future needs, Christchurch International Airport Ltd project planner Rhys Boswell says.
The Ministry of Education has surprised the Hawea Flat School with plans to move the school 9km away to Lake Hawea in the next seven to 10 years, ending its new classroom project.
Central Otago woke to hoar frost conditions this morning, while up the road in Omarama the temperature plunged to a bone-chilling -10.9degC.
The shortest day also marked the coldest day so far this winter across Central Otago with conditions ripe for the hoar frosts the region is famed for.
One of New Zealand’s oldest pubs, the Ancient Briton in Naseby, went on the market last week, with the owner and real estate consultant hoping to find a buyer who wants to restore the fire-damaged...
More than $500,000 was spent in the Queenstown-Lakes district for the making of new New Zealand film Nude Tuesday.
The images that make up the "Winterstellar" exhibition 2022, which opened at Central Stories Museum and Art Gallery in Alexandra last night, can be a single shot where the camera lens is left open...
How might the community express the Teviot Valley’s identity within Central Otago in the form of new street banners in Roxburgh and how might it fund them?
A search has failed to locate the car that plunged into the Clutha River near the Roxburgh Dam earlier this week, but the driver has been found safe and well.
The driver of a car thought to have gone into the Clutha River near the Roxburgh Dam has been found safe and well, but there is no sign of the vehicle.
Changes have been made to power control systems after a peak in demand during a cold snap yesterday left many Otago households without hot water.