More than 150 items of historical significance have been nominated for inclusion in the heritage appendix of the Waitaki District Council’s District Plan, which is under review.
She sits atop a Shetland pony, instead of wrestling steers.
As Central Otago booms, the communities in the Waitaki Valley will soon hold "visioning meetings" to learn how ratepayers want to deal with the expected growth in their region.
A spark from a power harrow - similar to a rotary hoe - caused a large fire near Jacks Point on Friday night which, at its peak, was fought by 30 firefighters on the ground and three helicopters...
The Clutha District Council is staying tight-lipped about legal action to try to recoup some of the nearly $2 million it was ordered to pay a Dunedin businessman.
While Gibbston Summer Concert organisers hailed Saturday’s event a success, many concert-goers felt there was room for improvement.
Clement Novalak put the cat among the pigeons with a lights-to-flag victory in the main race at the second round of the Castrol Toyota Racing Series at Teretonga, in Invercargill, yesterday afternoon.
A rare wooden Peterborough Canadian canoe made about 1920 was sold to a Queenstown buyer for $6000 in a "very buoyant" Dunedin auction yesterday.
Canadian songstress Alanis Morissette proved popular at the annual Gibbston Summer Concert on Saturday.
Police are looking for the driver of a car who fled the scene after crashing through a wall of a Palmerston house early yesterday.
There were fancy Falcons and beautiful Buicks, but a cute VW also got its share of attention at the weekend’s Cromwell Classic Car and Hot Rod Show.
The Department of Conservation is saying little about a site that has been purchased by New Zealand’s largest manufacturer of ready-mixed concrete beside a reserve with rare native plants near...
Environment Court mediation talks around residual flow rates for the Kye Burn are progressing well and an outcome may be decided soon, the involved parties say.
The family of a missing US skydiver still want desperately to take him home, but if they can't, they have found some peace in the place where his life came to an end.
A group of Vanuatuan orchard workers based in Ettrick are hoping to repaint two British Leyland tractors and take them home.
Jamie Mackay will be back at Waimumu to defend his speed shear title, this time going head to head with Rural Exchange presenter and former sports commentator Hamish McKay.
Queenstown turned on the weather and the stars turned on the entertainment at the Gibbston Valley Winery Summer Concert today.
Life is different when the nearest supermarket is two hours away and the nearest hospital four hours.
New Zealand is taking the issue of climate change seriously. Yvonne O’Hara, in the final part of a special report with the assistance of the Aotearoa/New Zealand Science Journalism Fund...
Seventeen-thousand tickets have been sold, the stage is set and the forecast is for one of the best summer concerts Wakatipu has seen.