Marcus Cooper has been appointed principal of the East Otago High School at Palmerston.
Clydevale can expect a more reliable electricity supply under plans discussed in Balclutha recently.
North Otago SPCA manager Rachel van Grunsven holds Parker, a 9-month old male cat, at the SPCA’s new building behind Vetlife in Torridge St.
Three developers have been shortlisted to compete to build commercial and residential properties on Queenstown land once earmarked for a conference centre and casino.
A proposal to install up to four additional CCTV cameras in Balclutha was approved unanimously by the Clutha District Council this week.
Waitaki residents will have to fork out up to five times what they usually would if they want to visit the Oamaru Blue Penguin Colony or Whitestone City during the peak tourism season.
Treble Cone has decided to stick to its plan of closing tomorrow, despite there being plenty of snow on the mountain.
The next phase of the Cromwell Masterplan programme is about to begin, after four areas were selected for more feedback.
New citizens, hailing from nine countries around the world, talked about the beauty of Central Otago during a swearing-in ceremony in Alexandra on Friday.
Incredible video has emerged of a car reversing off Beaumont bridge before rolling down a nearby bank.
Police, LandSAR and boaties are continuing to search for a missing man along the Clutha River near Balclutha.
Under-fire Aurora Energy is investigating the root cause of faults on the Queenstown Lakes district's electricity network now emergency work to restore power to 4700 homes is complete.
A woman in her 60s is being transported to Dunedin Hospital by helicopter following an incident on the Otago Central Rail Trail this morning.
A multi-million-dollar expansion of the Mt Difficulty cellar door and restaurant complex will further boost Central Otago's growing wine tourism sector, those behind the development say.
The developer of a special housing area on the outskirts of Lake Hawea will look to the community for ideas on how to improve its "integration" with the existing township.
Whitebaiters from around New Zealand are joining forces with the West Coast Whitebaiters Association in a bid to have the Conservation (Indigenous Freshwater Fish) Amendment Bill thrown out of Parliament.
The hearing on the Queenstown Lakes District Council’s navigation safety bylaw will now be held on October 3 after it was postponed last week.