Supporters of a new $5.5 million Maniototo health facility are seeking a $1m contribution from council to help close a $3.5m shortfall.
A proposed change to how water is taken from streams or tributaries around Otago has been dubbed 'sneaky' and 'vague'.
A star of the small screen will be in Tapanui in June.
Dougal Allan has done it again.
Three boys from a Cromwell school have been stood down following a fight in the playground.
The mother of a girl revived after drowning at a pool says a report blaming her supervision is a "whitewash".
A "red herring" thrown in left field into talks over the future of Cromwell's memorial hall caused a stir around the board table.
Central Otago anti-cyber bullying campaigners are helping Facebook understand the "new norms" for youth using deletable media.
Seven years ago Angus and Di Woodhead drove into Cromwell in a caravan looking for work fruit picking. They ended up buying a cafe.
Man may have left handbrake off before after ute was stranded upside down and 11 metres underwater.
A Cromwell bride had to improvise last minute with wedding bands after her mother-in-law drove off with the rings on her car roof.
A unitary authority proposal should be independently investigated for all of the Otago region, regional councillor Michael Laws says.
Poor driving on Central Otago and Queenstown Lakes has contributed to 38 crashes and 300 traffic complaints over the holiday period.
UB40 left the stage with smiles on their faces after playing to a crowd of over 2500 in Queenstown.
Fans are armed with sunblock not umbrellas ahead of UB40's Queenstown concert which was cancelled last year due to rain.
The Big Bang Theory actress was "pretty nervous" before taking on the Shotover Canyon Swing and Fox in Queenstown.
Southland greenkeeper discovers a talent he never knew he had, becoming NZ's national cherry stone spitting champion.
A new Centre for Space Science Technology will not spy on people, launch rockets out of Alexandra or provide a tourist attraction.
Fred Parker started his rodeo career in nappies, and he reckons he'll finish it in nappies too.
Lukas Kohoutek bucks the trend in his family. In fact, more like his country.
A one-stop-shop for freedom campers is part of a "priority action" a working group targeting freedom camping.
Brooke and Sophie have a lot in common. They are best friends, are in the same class at school, and were also both born on Christmas Day.
Maniototo high country farmer and fashion collector Eden Hore has a story like no other and the council should leverage off his legacy.
A proposed touring route connecting Central Otago to Queenstown and Dunedin through the Maniototo and Strath Taieri is "just the beginning".
Man charged with dangerous driving after a car was photographed on wrong side of the road near Queenstown.
The ORC should "apologise and atone" for its "grossly inadequate" action over the Lake Snow problem in the alpine lakes, Michael Laws says.
A group of Central Otago teenage musicians are the opening act at the 2017 Gibbston Valley Winery Summer Concert.
The work of a winemaker is mostly science and hard-graft, says Central Otago winemaker Lucie Lawrence.
The future of the Eden Hore Collection will be discussed at the Central Otago District Council's final meeting for the year.
The decision to accept no tender reflects the concerns of some board members about the design, scope and cost of the project, board chair says.