Hundreds of truckloads of silt looks set to be removed from the Bannockburn Inlet near Cromwell and pumped further down the Kawarau Arm of Lake Dunstan towards the town.
Cromwell locals are being invited to one of two community workshops to map out potential ideas to spruce up the lake edge around the town’s heritage precinct.
It is part of new obligations on Contact Energy, outlined in the latest management plan for the Kawarau Arm of Lake Dunstan.
Two Cromwell scaffolders have a business plan they’re hoping will make a big splash in Cromwell next summer.
James Coates and Juan O’Sullivan are pitching a five-tiered tower to be stationed in Lake Dunstan for users to jump off into the lake.
They’ve named the fledgling business “Bombwell”.
Lake Dunstan's volunteer watchdogs are welcoming a new plan that will ensure the owners of the Clyde Dam work to better clean up a section of the lake.
Contact Energy has delivered a plan for managing landscape and visual amenity values along the Kawarau Arm of Lake Dunstan - within its consents held around its Clyde Hydro scheme in Central Otago.
The Collapse of the company behind Clyde's data centre has raised transparency issues after administrators confirmed what critics long suspected - that it was based on cryptocurrency mining.
As the pumped hydro project at Lake Onslow is investigated, Dunedin artist Matthew Galloway takes a look at the last big hydro project that changed Central Otago forever. He tells Rebecca Fox about his examination of the history and legacy of the Clyde Dam.
It was all hands-on deck as the Cromwell community rolled up its sleeves and dug in at the weekend.
The largest community planting event ever seen in Cromwell was held at the weekend (October 8- 9), when over 10,000 native trees and shrubs were planted on the bank above McNulty Inlet.
The Cromwell community rolled up its sleeves and got its hands dirty all in the name of creating a legacy.