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Central Otago District Council has received a record number of submissions on its Draft 10-Year Plan 2018-2028.
There's just a week left for people to have their say on the Central Otago District Council's draft 10-Year Plan.
Molyneux Aquatic Centre is gearing up for a pool party this weekend that's set to get tails wagging.
Concerns over the amount of contamination going into the blue and yellow recycling bins has prompted Council to undertake a recycling bin survey.
The Clyde Wastewater project and proposed heritage precinct upgrades are set to be hot talking points at a 10-Year Plan drop-in session on Easter Monday.
Central Otago District Council (CODC) opens for feedback on its Draft 10-Year Plan this week.
The Cromwell Community Board has agreed to the development of a masterplan for Cromwell.
Central Otago’s Most Improved Driver and Central’s Best Young Driver for 2018 have been named.
Central Otago District Council has launched a ‘10 for 10’ campaign to raise awareness of the 10-Year Plan consultation set to open for submissions mid-March.
Do you want to grow your business from Chinese visitors to Central Otago? Then diary the free Alipay workshop being held on 8 February in Alexandra.
Central Otago District Council has launched a campaign urging dog owners to do the right thing and pick up after their dog.
Council is calling on Cromwell families to help it choose the new equipment for a playground to be installed at the Big Fruit Reserve in 2018.
The Otago Central Rail Trail, Bannockburn Sluicings and Hayes Engineering Works have been chosen as Otago Landmarks Whenua Tohunga sites.
Central Otago Mayor Tim Cadogan has announced the appointment of Sanchia Jacobs to the position of CEO for the Central Otago District Council.
A last resort measure to declare a seasonal labour shortage in the Central Otago Region has been made by the Ministry of Social Development.