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Information on the processes and requirements for building in Central Otago.
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View our current and archived Annual Plans and Long Term Plans, and our District Plan.
Cromwell Basin residents and property owners have a once in a generation opportunity to provide feedback on options for the future of the Cromwell Basin.
The Eat.Taste.Central Regional Menu Challenge has proven extremely popular this year with record voting.
You have probably heard of a school library, public library, or even a toy lending library, but what about a human library?
Don't be in the dog box and miss out on this opportunity! Molyneux Aquatic Centre is hosting two pool parties this month set to get tails wagging.
The Molyneux Aquatic Centre will be closed for the week commencing Monday 15 October, reopening Saturday 20 October at 9am.
Central Otago District Council is recruiting two new Council cadets. Could one of them be you?
The Central Otago Locals’ Weekend returns this month and is even bigger than last year.
Updates regarding the work programme to strengthen the Jedburgh Street Bridge in Roxburgh.
A new report on labour issues facing Central Otago’s horticulture and viticulture sectors indicates ongoing and intensifying labour challenges.
The Cromwell Community Board has given the green light to the next phase of the Cromwell Masterplan programme.
Central Otago District Council’s main offices in Alexandra are set for a revamp.
CEO confirms that the requisition order to remove Neil Gillespie as Chair of the CCB has been formally withdrawn.
This year's Keep New Zealand Beautiful Clean-Up Week runs from the 10-16 September and it's easy to get involved.
A public survey conducted as part of the Cromwell Masterplan gives some clear feedback about how people who live in the Cromwell area value their place.
The Patearoa community has set the wheels in motion to review and renew its Community Plan this year.