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The Cromwell Town Centre public toilet and bus shelter building has won a Southern Architecture Award in the Small Project Architecture category.
Nominations open on Monday 18 November for the Teviot Valley Community Board by-election.
Central Otago District Council is proud to support Alexandra Thyme Festival and celebrate arts and sustainability in our community.
Six Central Otago residents have today been welcomed as new New Zealanders in a special citizenship cermony held at Council.
Central Otago youths are being asked to give their views on alcohol in the community through an online survey to help the Council form a draft Local Alcohol Policy.
At its 30 October meeting the Council made appointments to the Central Otago District Licensing Committee (DLC).
Your new Council has been offiically sworn into office and committee roles announced.
If you’re holding an event this summer that will need a special licence, make sure to plan ahead and apply as soon as possible.
Prime Minister John Key cut the yellow and gold ribbon at Commissioner Flat, Roxburgh yesterday (24 October) and helped mark the official opening of the Roxburgh Gorge and Clutha Gold Trails.
A working group including representatives from emergency service , CODC and Dunstan High School met for the first time recently to discuss how the Youth in Emergency Service (YES) programme will be run in Alexandra.
On the eve of the official openings of the Roxburgh Gorge and Clutha Gold Trails, the two newest Central Otago cycle and walking trails will be promoted at a Bike & Lifestyle Show across the Tasman.
Council’s Roading team is urging people to have a read of its Draft Roading Policies document and have their say.
Cromwell Library will this Saturday (19 October) host the launch of former library manager Sara Johnston’s children’s book Queasy Kea.
The preliminary election results for Central Otago District Council have been announced...
Excitement is building as the countdown begins to the opening of the Roxburgh Gorge and Clutha Gold Trails less than three weeks away.