Proposed fencing at Lowburn for a planned cycleway along Lake Dunstan will take away the ''unhindered access'' provided to Lowburn residents as compensation for the Clyde Dam project, a Lowburn farmer says.
A treasured L-29 Delfin fighter jet is finding a home in Alexandra, much to the intrigue of the community.
Last January, Alexandra posted one of the highest temperatures ever recorded in New Zealand as the country registered its second-equal warmest year since records began.
Thousands have spent part of their summer in Maniototo this season, enjoying an easy holiday in small rural communities.
One Central Otago town was the driest place in the country last year, while another recorded the highest temperature in what was our second-warmest year on record.
Central Otago fruit growers are supporting industry calls for the Government to help with labour shortages.
Fighters across the South were kept busy on Saturday as hot, dry and windy weather made for ideal fire conditions.
Southland cyclist Josh Haggerty began the year in style with a win at the Lake Dunstan Cycle Challenge in Cromwell on Saturday.
Tucked away in a secluded spot right beside the Lindis River is an exclusive holiday camp site which is only available if you have the right family connections.
Topping up the radiator in the Cromwell Gorge, Kelly (left) and Daniel Garrick take their recently gifted 1927 Hupmobile on its first trip.
It may have been barely 20degC, but it was "like a heatwave" for racegoers at the Roxburgh Trots yesterday.
Wyndham siblings (from left) Joshua (9), Hannah (7), Jessica (7) and Kaitlyn (11) Pirie have fun at McNulty Inlet in Cromwell this week.
A citizen science project in Clyde is being described as "groundbreaking" for its potential to aid the survival of native plantings in Central Otago.
Seven Central Otago gardens and work from about 30 artists will be showcased in this weekend’s Art in the Garden in Alexandra. Pam Jones meets one of the artists featuring in the...
Boothey family members (from left) Max (11), Charlotte (11), Kathryn and Scott, all of Brisbane, travel past Wedderburn on the Otago Central Rail Trail.