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  • Campaign calls for help

    With bud burst well under way in Central Otago vineyards and work ramping up in orchards, the Central Otago District Council is beginning a campaign to help local businesses meet seasonal demand for workers.

  • More than 40 ‘stately’ vehicles attend rally

    Cromwell revisited the past at the weekend.

  • Message to trail users: stay safe

    An increase in cycle trail users across Central Otago and Southland is leading to calls — for both riders and walkers — to be considerate of one another in the leadup to the busy summer period.

  • New members sought

    The Lake Hawea Community Association will be looking for new volunteer committee members and a leader at its annual meeting on Saturday.

  • Polarising big projects

    Tarras Airport. Silverlight Studio. Wooing Tree subdivision. Five Mile. These are all big projects for our wee corner of the world.

  • Rising curlers learn from the best at champs

    The 2021 New Zealand Junior Championships in Naseby at the weekend gave up-and-coming curlers the chance to learn from elite players in their age group.

  • Maier top woman home in multi event

    Adventure racer Simone Maier monstered most of the Challenge Wanaka Multi field to win the women’s race and finish fifth overall last Saturday.

  • Riders take in region’s wine offerings

    The lambing season is keeping horse trekkers from high country stations during spring, but it has not kept them from their saddles or from enjoying the comradeship of like minds.

  • Rogaine event to support sports club revamping

    The Cromwell Sports Club has hosted many of the town’s important events in its 35-year history, and the community is giving back to raise funds for a much-needed upgrade of the venue.

  • Taking to the light side of Halloween

    Alexandra’s children lit up on Sunday as the Alexandra Combined Churches hosted an alternative to Halloween.

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