The Clyde Pool will be closed this summer and a question mark remains over its future.
Tarras residents will "fight to the bitter end" a Queenstown-Lakes District Council proposal to store and discharge treated sewage sludge on a farm in the district, one of the neighbouring property owners says.
Resource consent has been sought for an alluvial gold mining operation in the Nevis Valley in an area classified as an outstanding landscape.
Central Otago District Council's planning consultant has recommended a U-turn on excluding Oamaru stone as a rural building material.
A $35,000 budget blowout on a planned new Rural Fire Service depot at Tarras will be absorbed by the Central Otago District Council, which voted to waive building consent fees and other "internal" levies to ensure the project is completed.
The Central Otago District Council has agreed to postpone a proposed redevelopment of the Roxburgh Visitor Centre to see whether a predicted cycleway-related tourism boom eventuates.
Consumers on the Ranfurly and Naseby water schemes will get more water than the Central Otago District Council had recommended they get.
The daily water allocation recommended for residents on drinking-water schemes in Central Otago is enough to run a standard irrigation sprinkler for up to two hours.
The Roxburgh Information Centre is staying put, despite a plea for a spacious new base to cater for the expected boost in visitors when two planned cycle trails in the area go ahead.
Central Otago District Council staff will be closely watching the progress of an application to store and discharge treated sewage sludge on a Tarras property, with a view to doing the same thing with Central Otago waste.
A proposal by the Queenstown Lakes District Council to dump its treated sewage sludge near Tarras is upsetting some neighbouring property owners.
Cromwell will be sporting dried-up street verges as residents protest against excess water charges by switching off irrigation water, the Cromwell Community Board was warned this week.
The Central Otago District Council has filed an application to the Environment Court for an enforcement order requiring Steve Rout Contracting Ltd to comply with conditions of a retrospective consent granted last December.
Operating replacement video conferencing equipment is awaited by the Central Otago District Council, after the theft of its original gear.
Ratepayers across Otago face the possibility of unscheduled rates hikes within months if the Government confirms plans to lift GST as high as 15%.
Central Otago has a new footpath management policy, aimed at setting a fair strategy for business owners while meeting the needs of footpath users, such as those with mobility scooters or prams.
L and M Mining Ltd is on target as it moves through the first stage of its planned seven-year project to extract more than 110,000 ounces of gold, worth $170 million on today's spot price, from the Earnscleugh flats.
A controversial proposal to establish traveller accommodation near the Otago Central Rail Trail at Lauder has been approved, but opponents may appeal the decision.
Proposed traveller accommodation along the Otago Central Rail Trail at Lauder is concerning residents, as well as national, regional, and district-wide organisations.
The Central Otago District Arts Trust will hold its first meeting at Central Stories today.