"Keep on keeping on," Alexandra Blossom Festival manager Martin McPherson says.
A Central Otago district councillor has been left scrambling to salvage New Zealand’s longest-running festival following a viral cyberattack.
There are not many pupils who can just drop everything and run out of a classroom whenever they want to, but one Central Otago pupil does just that.
Connnetics, the company whose staff were at risk during an electrical incident at Millers Flat last month, will carry out the investigation into what went wrong.
Christchurch city councillors and ratepayers will not back Christchurch International Airport Ltd’s plan to spend millions of dollars on an international airport at Tarras.
Two high-voltage electricity lines which came into contact at Millers Flat last month had the potential to kill a group of about 10 contractors working at the site.
Central Otago firefighters from two stations yesterday rushed to tackle a scrub fire by Gorge Creek near Fruitlands in the Teviot Valley.
Police have located a white ute they believe is connected to a firearms incident in Alexandra yesterday.
A Wanaka tourist operator and Hawea historian believe the early Maori occupation of Tarras should have been considered by Christchurch International Airport before it bought farmland for a proposed new airport.
Funds of nearly $10 million for water infrastructure have been agreed between the Central Otago District Council and the Government.
The benefits of the Otago Regional Council taking over Lake Dunstan Harbourmaster responsibilities will outweigh any negatives, the council says.