A dog allegedly used by its owner to attack Railway Hotel bar staff and patrons has been put down.
New Zealand Cricket has revealed Queenstown as a key host city for the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2018.
Fishermen have been rescued after their boat struck trouble off the West Coast early today.
Southroads will be in charge of road maintenance in the Clutha district for the first time in six years.
Ben Geaney, of Waimate, has beaten three other entrants to be named Central Otago's Young Fruit Grower for 2017.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council is to investigate Ziptrek over alleged breaches of its resource consent.
The Cromwell Community Board has made outdoor areas of the Cromwell Mall smokefree, against the recommendation of council staff.
Generations of farmers were celebrated in Lawrence on Saturday night at the annual New Zealand Century Farm and Station Awards.
''It had such humble beginnings, but now it's an event that could be staged anywhere in the world,'' WoolOn judge Deirdre Hore-Mckenzie said of Saturday's fashion gala.
A proposed district council report could better inform the people of Central Otago about what minimum flows in the Manuherikia River will mean for them.
A $19million funding boost designed to ease pressure on Wanaka's expanding school rolls has been welcomed as perfectly timed.
A new primary school will be built in Wanaka as part of a $19 million investment in the town's school network, it has been revealed today.
A man has been charged with the deaths of a toddler and 66-year-old who drowned when the vehicle they were in became stuck in a West Coast river.
A North Otago man who vanished from Hampden on Thursday has been found safe and well in Queenstown.
A Waitaki district councillor has taken aim at the moving of "goal posts" for the council’s regulatory services team.
A search for a missing North Otago man was called off last night and will resume this morning.
About 200 Alexandra Primary School pupils form a giant T-shirt for Pink Shirt Day yesterday.
There was never any doubt Skyline’s proposal for a massive redevelopment of its flagship Queenstown operations was going to take time.
Gavan Herlihy has had a lifetime on the land and says rural support trusts are a lifeline for many farmers "when the chips are down".
Jacksons Hotel, a West Coast landmark for more than 130 years, will go under the hammer next month with a low $200,000 reserve.