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Tourism Central Otago is launching a new campaign to celebrate Central Otago Food & Wine.
The 2017 Central Otago Awards Community Service Award recipients and the finalists for other award categories have been announced...
Molyneux Aquatic Centre has a brand new pool wheelchair thanks to the generous donation of our local Freemasons from the Manuherikia Kilwinning Lodge.
An update on key messages for the community regarding the flooding event in the Maniototo and Manuherikia areas.
Omakau and Manuherikia residents have a fantastic opportunity to share their thoughts on what community spaces are needed in their community.
A joint release from the Central Cultural Centre Trust and Council about the change of management of Alexandra's Central Stories building.
An incident took place at the Cromwell Transfer Station late morning Monday 26 June, which we are treating very seriously.
Dog registration renewal notices will go out in the post over the next week and dog owners are reminded they can register their canine companions online.
The Clyde Railway Station restoration project has been announced the winner of the Rail Heritage Trust's 2017 Restoration Award.
Catch 'Gold Fever' and seek your fortunes in Central Otago Libraries this winter school holidays.
Great news! CODC has been successful in gaining $318,000 government funding for much-needed tourism infrastructure projects.
Last month a group of local residents and business owners came together to discuss challenges and opportunities for the Clyde Commercial Precinct.
Council today reviewed a business case for the Lake Dunstan Water Supply Project and agreed on preferred construction and treatment options and pipeline route.
CODC has launched its 2017 residents' survey and is asking residents to jump online to share their views on Council services and amenities.
The development of a Clyde Reserve Management Plan is in the early planning stages.