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The Central Otago community is encouraged to give feedback on a draft policy that will guide the way council engages with the community.
Public artist Andrew Price hopes his exhibition this month at Central Stories will change people's attitude to waste.
Volunteers who want to learn more about what effects health and safety reforms will have on them are asked to circle 10 November on their calendars.
Neighbouring councils Queenstown Lakes District and Central Otago District have joined forces to appoint a joint Emergency Management Officer for the first time.
The second tourism strategy for our region, 'Towards Better Tourism Outcomes for Central Otago 2014-19', has now been finalised.
Cromwell i-SITE team leader Helen Scoles' 20-plus years' service in providing visitor information has been recognised at a national level.
This stunning artwork - The Sphere - has been installed at the Teviot River Garden in Roxburgh.
Central Otago District Council is seeking feedback on options for the construction of an underpass on SH8 near Clyde.
CODC CEO Phil Melhopt has announced his resignation. He will take up the position of CEO of PrimePort in Timaru later this year.
Work has begun on the next stages of the Cromwell Town Centre redevelopment with the focus on the northern and eastern sides of the Mall.
Over coming weeks the CODC contractor Fulton Hogan will be carrying out routine maintenance checks on our district's fire hydrants.
Council contractors will be carrying out overnight work at the Dunorling Street pump station in the coming week.
The result has been announced this afternoon for the Vincent Community Board by-election. Brian Fitzgerald was succesful and will be sworn in on 15 September.
Work will begin this week to improve the roof insulation at the Molyneux Aquatic Centre.
The Molyneux Aquatic Centre will close for the day this Friday 22 August in order for maintenance work to be carried out on the main pool's liner.