Stuart Hore, 77, will change banks if Westpac closes its Ranfurly branch.
It didn't worry Willie Moore that most of the onlookers during his early golfing days were merino sheep.
Westpac wants to shut 19 branches but the small South Island communities aren't taking it lying down.
A young Cromwell couple with a passion for fitness plans to open a 24-hour gym in the mall.
Let the battle begin as the Central Otago District Council elections kick off.
A 12-year-old Cromwell boy turned up at school on Friday morning after spending the night "roughing it" after running away from home.
Organisers of an altitude curling event will extend the event to over 100 curlers in 2017.
Italian Armando Varlotta never thought he would call Cromwell home, but he is here to stay.
A Wanaka athlete took her fifth win in the country's longest running winter multisport event on Saturday, while a Queenstown athlete also defended his title.
Former mayor and broadcaster Michael Laws is standing for a seat on the Otago Regional Council.
A fine-dining chef who has worked in homes of the rich and famous is opening a restaurant in Clyde.
Self-made millionaire Tony Quinn isn't an "egotistical maniac", he wrote the book for his family.
Central Otago mayor Tony Lepper will join the bandwagon to stand up for local democracy.
NASA's DC-8 flying laboratory will fly over Central Otago next week with 42 scientists on board.
After 30 years of playing the same "lucky" Lotto numbers a Central Otago man hit the jackpot.
Brass band members have more to practice than just music ahead of Shanghai festival.
Success even sweeter when two students' sugar-app concept wows a software developer.
School zone changes to Cromwell have gone ahead after public consultation.
All but five former Alexandra Blossom Festival Queens have been found. Three have died, five have vanished.
It is good to step forward, but it also good to step back and let others take your place.
A bottle store is to be built opposite a church in Cromwell, sparking criticism from the community.
New organisers have won a tenders to run an "iconic" summer race series in Central Otago.
A new adventure tourism programme will be the only degree of its type in the Southern Hemisphere.
A battery being charged by a solar panel is the likely cause of a fire that destroyed a house bus and a shed.
Fine wine regions around the world have them, now Bannockburn in Central Otago does too.
An adventure turned into a rescue mission for two nine-year-old Cromwell boys who slipped down a cliff-face in Central Otago.
Plans to hold a summer wine and food festival based in Cromwell are in jeopardy because the financial risk has been too great to find an event organiser.
Police are "out of step" with the community and their interpretation of liquor laws are threatening the future of country race meetings.
Students from Cromwell College and Dunstan High School