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Both Central Otago Swim School and its Coordinator were recipients of national awards at this year’s Swimming New Zealand Awards.
Central Otago's Young Driver programme wound up on Sunday 2 April with the awarding of two titles – Most Improved Driver and Driver of the Year.
Day One of the Central Otago Young Driver programme has been hailed a huge success.
Council wants your feedback on funding options for the Maniototo Community Healthcare Facility Project and the proposed Central Otago Touring Route.
CODC has awarded an Operate, Design and Construct contract to Downer NZ Ltd for upgrading the Cromwell Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Central Otago District Council has been successful in its bid to host the 2018 Irrigation New Zealand Conference in Central Otago.
Categories for the 2017 Central Otago Awards include Business Excellence, Young Professional, Community Service, Apprentice and Youth.
Entries have opened for the 2017 Central Otago Young Driver skills programme, which will be based at Highlands Motorsport Park in Cromwell.
CODC is excited to bring world renowned community development specialist Peter Kenyon to Central Otago to facilitate two community workshops in March.
This upcoming Central Otago Export Forum will explore how small and medium companies internationalise.
The government has announced Ultra-Fast Broadband will be extended to 151 additional towns, including Alexandra, Clyde, Cromwell and Roxburgh.
An historic seat has recently been reinstated in Naseby. The seat commemorates the memory of Trooper Alexander Brown.
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CODC has given a green light to the next stage of work required to establish a recognised Central Otago touring route.
At its 6 December meeting the Cromwell Community Board considered a report on the status and future management options for the Nevis Cemetery.