Four men, four wheelchairs, four identical injuries caused by the same sport - it is a scenario Ross Ormsby, Brad Hayward, Phillip Booth and Neil Cudby are all too familiar with.
The News - Central Otago and Wanaka
Central Otago Mayor Tim Cadogan has welcomed the establishment of an after-hours healthcare service at Dunstan Hospital, saying it will provide "the same service as before'' but "by different...
Wanaka's midwifery sector is still stretched, prompting a growing number of expectant mothers to base themselves in Dunedin ahead of their new arrival.
Albert Town bridge is an "earthquake disaster waiting to happen", the Albert Town Community Association says.
For the first time Grand and Otago skinks have been released into the Mokomoko Dryland Sanctuary near Alexandra.
The Otago Central Rail Trail is on track to have its busiest year on record.
A sculpture by Josh Olley, of Luggate, has been named as the New Zealand Sculpture OnShore 2018 visitor favourite.
One of Central Otago’s most decorated poets will tomorrow be recognised by his own community for a prestigious national award. Pam Jones talks to Michael Harlow about his Prime Ministerial honour.
Adult apprentices are bucking the trend in Alexandra. Typically, apprentices were school leavers keen to get into the trades by training on the job, but it is becoming increasingly popular among a growing number of adults.
Central Otago anti-cyberbullying group Sticks 'n Stones has notched up another national milestone, launching a collaboration with Facebook that will be rolled out in high schools next year.
Central Otago is ready to rock at the inaugural Alexandra Buskers Festival.
Three insects never before recorded in Australia or New Zealand have been found in fossil beds at Bannockburn.
Stopping for a herd of elephants mid-run is about as far off the beaten track as Jacqueline Manson has ever been.
Fletcher Dowling is not letting his 6ft 2in frame stand in the way of his chance to play alongside Snow White as a dwarf.
Bodies are buried at the entrance to Cardrona Alpine Resort, a man who grew up in a house behind the adjoining cemetery says.
A tandem mountain bike is adding a new dimension to Otago Central Rail Trail journeys.
A New Zealand-first development is taking shape at Clyde Orchards — a shed with a retractable roof will house three hectares of cherries.
Wanaka woman Lisa Craig is becoming a familiar name at Vogue Knitting magazine HQ in New York.
Constant high demand from people in need has left the Salvation Army Foodbank scrambling to cover some basic food staples.
Many Central Otago building companies are struggling to find skilled carpenters for residential construction projects in Central Otago.