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SH8 and local road closures around Roxburgh remain in place and will be reviewed by CODC, NZTA and partners on Friday at noon.
An update on Roxburgh flooding event response and recovery efforts.
Work to restore Roxburgh’s water supply, sewerage system and road access into town is continuing with one eye on the weather.
Advice from the Insurance Council of NZ to residents of Roxburgh and Roxburgh Lakes affected by the weekend's flooding.
The lastest media release regarding the Roxburgh clean-up.
Roxburgh flooding event - update #2
Roxburgh Flooding Event
As at 1030 Monday 27 November 2017
Tourism will feature as one of the key discussion points at next month's New Zealand China Mayoral Forum.
The Pioneer Mountain Bike Stage Race has announced a new revamped course - revealing six days of incredible riding in November 2018.
We have an upcoming contractor training opportunity for those wanting to know more about SiteWise or get support to bring their score up.
The Eat.Taste.Central Judge’s Supreme award has been awarded to the Provenance Lamb Shoulder from the Ancient Briton Hotel in Naseby.
Central Otago Libraries are delighted to introduce two fabulous new additions to their digital services - Press Reader and Beamafilm.
The inaugural People’s Choice section of Eat.Taste.Central has finished and the winners are spread across the region.
Have you experienced your bin tipping over on a windy day and spilling its contents? If you answered yes then Council wants you to participate in its Bin Latch Pilot.
Central Otago farmers are urged to check sheds and chemical stores for DDT or other banned pesticides as part of the Great DDT Muster.