A man behind a bizarre string of crimes in Central Otago is back in court after a whisky-fuelled outburst.
A woman was airlifted to Dunedin Hospital with serious injuries following a two-vehicle crash near Alexandra yesterday.
Safety considerations, an anticipated increase in traffic and the challenge of upgrading a state highway intersection are the driving forces behind a proposition to close an intersection near Clyde.
One person in a serious condition has been taken to hospital following a crash in Central Otago today.
Work has begun on a multifunctional entertainment and hospitality training hub in Tarbert St, Alexandra, although the original plans have been altered slightly.
The Energy Minister is expected to provide an update next month on whether a $4 billion pumped hydro storage in Central Otago might be feasible.
Is it a bridge too far? That's the question a group of Maniototo residents are asking after being left in limbo since flooding early last year wiped out one bridge and forced the closure of two others.
Construction of a cryptomine data centre made up of eight containers housing nearly 3000 servers near the Clyde Dam is under way.
The coroner's report following the death of ex-All Black Andrew Hore's mother has been released, stating the 67-year-old died after falling from a farm vehicle.
Resource management laws should be amended to increase infringement fines for sediment discharges, as an incentive for property owners to do the right thing by Wanaka waterways, the Otago Fish &...
New plastic rails have arrived at the Cromwell racecourse, reducing the chance of injuries for horses racing around the 150-year-old track.
A former Ministry of Social Development case manager who funnelled more than $26,000 of beneficiary payments into her own bank accounts has been sentenced to home detention.
Up to 300 people turned out in Cromwell on Saturday to farewell not only a complete stranger but a man who died generations before anyone in attendance was even born.
Ratepayers in Central Otago’s Cromwell ward face a projected rates increase of 4.1%, while those in the Maniototo ward will have a 0.4% decrease.
Central Otago residents can expect to see activity along Letts Gully and Springvale Rds between now and September.