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CODC, CO WasteBusters, Enviroschools and MAD4CO have teamed up to run a waste minimisation contest for school-aged children in Central Otago.
CODC is pleased to give Central Otago a taste of the Eden Hore Collection for a six-week period from 21 March to 4 May at Central Stories.
Central Otago business people interested in trading in overseas markets are invited along to a Thinking Global export forum on 27 March in Cromwell.
Central Otago District Council will be opening up its Council workshop sessions to media and public from later next month.
The Central Otago community is now invited to give feedback on the Alexandra Water Supply Upgrade options.
There are still 10 spots up for grabs for a young driver keen to vie for the title of Central’s Best Young Driver for 2014.
We invite you to watch our pre-consultation video on the Alexandra Water Upgrade Options.
The results are in and Jenna Maree Stevens is the new member of the Teviot Valley Community Board.
February is full of opportunities to learn how to minimise waste, including a composting workshop and two cloth nappy workshops.
CODC has been issued long-term resource consent from ORC for the operation of its Cromwell and Bannockburn wastewater treatment system.
Council will be consulting on the Alexandra Water Source Upgrade in March. Read our Alex Water pages to learn more about the issues.
Central Otago is currently playing host to a film crew shooting our iconic Otago Central Rail Trail for Tourism New Zealand campaigns to the international market.
Councillors have decided not to proceed with the project to fund and build a new Visitor Information Centre, voting instead to lease a new building.
Looking for a good read for the summer break? Check out some of the titles in our Central Otago libraries' biography collections.
The community is now invited to give feedback on the draft Local Alcohol Policy (LAP) for Central Otago.