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An announcement about the future direction for recycling in Central Otago...
An update on kerbside recycling and recycling drop-off services ...
Central Otago District Libraries are running a Kick Your Socks Off Summer Reading Challenge. Register and pick up a reading log from your local library today!
The new Cromwell i-SITE has opened for business.
New name plates have been installed for the heritage roses within the Glad McArthur Gardens in Pioneer Park, Alexandra.
A community picnic will be held on Sunday 18 January to generate interest in the guardianship and future use of Alexandra's historic Vallance Cottage.
Central Otago District Council encourages and welcomes campers this summer camping season. Find out more...
Leanne Mash the current CEO of Hinchinbrook Shire Council in Queensland, Australia, has been appointed as the new CEO for CODC.
A community led project to remove raupo from the Aronui Dam area will take place from 29-31 December.
Vincent Community Board is keen to hear from the community how it wants to keep in touch with its representatives.
CODC has upgraded its Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Viewer – for the benefit of both staff and contractors, and the public.
A joint media release from CODC & the Board and Management of Central Otago WasteBusters.
Submissions will close in a fortnight on the Central Otago District Plan Review Discussion Document.
Twelve Central Otago residents have today (Friday 7 November) been welcomed as new New Zealand citzens.
The Omakau Community is being asked to provide feedback on the draft for the first community plan for Omakau.