Highlands Motorsport Park's former restaurant, The Nose, is now sitting on a high perch at Tarras Vineyards, in Central Otago.
Central Lakes Trust's ability to support communities is under threat with proposed electricity reforms.
Cromwell squash stalwart Jackie Hamilton is on a Commonwealth Games journey - and she has it in her sights.
A retired fire fighter is not called the "float guru" for nothing.
Fireworks and fairground rides get the party started as Alexandra celebrates its 60th blossom festival.
Proposed electricity reforms will cause power costs to go up and local power stations to shut, industry players say.
A former chairman of the Central Lakes Trust is "appalled" at proposed changes.
When Elizabeth Duggan turned 80 she had the senior queen crown in her sights.
If tartan could talk, Bridget's great, great, great, great grandfather's would spin a great yarn.
20-year-old Andrew Grubb died as a result of injuries sustained after falling off the bike in the early hours of Sunday on September 11.
Wallaby tracks have been discovered on a farm near Alexandra.
Affordable housing and an inefficient residential land use around Cromwell are major issues for the town.
Central Otago mayoral candidates talked tourism over toast at a business breakfast meeting in Cromwell.
Two high-achieving skiers have been inducted into Cromwell College's Hall of Fame.
Educators across the country warn the government's bulk funding proposal comes with "massive risks".
Author Owen Marshall, poet Brian Turner and non-fiction writer Mary Hobbs are the literary inspiration for a popular Central Otago event.
Police withdrawing their opposition to a liquor licence for the Omakau Trots is a "victory for common sense".
A new 10-year approach is in place to manage lagarosiphon weed at Lake Dunstan in Central Otago.
Senior citizens grilled Central Otago's mayoral candidates about everything from water and rates to jobs and culture.
Lake Wakatipu could end up "unfishable" with the invasive spread of the algae bloom, lake snow.
Georgie is smarter than your average dog. Though it took a few years to discover.
Unrelenting rain saw competitors drop out of the Great Naseby Water Race, with some showing signs of hypothermia.
John Key has made history becoming the first Prime Minister to visit Alexandra's Dunstan High School.
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.