Hours of work will be on show in Gore this weekend for the Hokonui Fashion Awards.
Her many adventures include eating seal meat in Greenland and a visit to Standing Rock.
Stop off for longer or stay a while in the small towns that confound expectations.
There are two main groups of shellfish.
The attitude that mudflats were unsightly and should be converted to dry land was prevalent in New Zealand and in an effort to speed up the reclamation of the estuary, cord grass was planted in 1932.
Central Otago's rabbit control is a "train wreck" with the ORC allegedly disrupting winter poisoning programmes.
The Mirror is searching for the very best wordsmiths and writers in our district. Cash prizes and publication are up for grabs.
Gore's nightlife is about to get as good as an ABBA song, with the Mamma Mia! musical just under three weeks away.
Cromwell man Garry Tall was an experienced hunter but on March 3, 2016, he died after shooting himself in the stomach after a hunt.
OPINION: We've all had those moments where we wish our families were different.
Builders failing to install multi-fuel fireplaces to New Zealand safety standards are responsible for a spate of fires around the Wakatipu basin, the fire service says.
Fears an invasive weed will establish itself in Queenstown's Lake Wakatipu are escalating as crops continue to spread in a river that drains the lake.
A $10m irrigation scheme near Alexandra, Central Otago, is going to deliver water to about 1800 hectares of barren land.
Crews have 1266 'at risk' power poles to fix around Central Otago, 417 of which have been completed.
Arts from around the country have works on display at exhibition
The gala brings to end the four-day Clicquot in the Snow celebration of winter and champagne.
Workers removing a tree at the Cromwell Cemetery accidentally dug up bones believed to be 100 years old.
Labour is promising $1m to help rebuild a rural Central Otago hospital.
A Felton Road viticulturist will be the first woman to compete in the national industry final since 2011.
When we think of pioneer women we see passive petticoated mothers, crossing swollen rivers with a swag of children and dour bearded men.
Film attendances broke records at Wanaka's 15th New Zealand Mountain Film and Book Festival.
A family's feline who has been roughing it with a mob of homeless moggies has returned home after a year.
You'll be asking God why you didn't head along if you miss out on Sister Act.
New avant garde section provides some surprises as Hokonui Fashion Design Awards entries are unpacked.
Sixty years ago the Alexandra Blossom Festival was formed to build the town a swimming pool, now it has its sights set on an amphitheatre
It's the gruesome bits that make history so interesting, Horrible Histories director Neal Foster says.
It's a success rate any school could be proud of as dancers at Gore school pass with honours.
August 3 to September 3
We have all heard of DIY, but a DIY plane?
It took about 30 years for Anna Cannon to face her past and confront her personal demons.