Full circle back to art roots

Jeff Armstrong is the new president of the North Otago Art Society. Tyson Young tracks...

Heritage celebrations programme released

A programme teeming with temptations during November's Oamaru Victorian Heritage Celebrations has been released. The new...

A2O ride honours brain cancer victim

A baker's dozen of fundraisers has ridden the Alps 2 Ocean cycle trail in memory...

Big dream of tiny house realised

The hard work has finally paid off for Antoine Fitzgerald and Dave Cusiel, who have...

Co-op helper enjoys people contact

Postmark Creations Craft Co-op is an East Otago co-op that has been operating for about...

Restored wheel brings back memories

The Phoenix Mill water wheel has always been an important part of Dick Pringle's life. As...

Ready to take that long walk

Oamaru man Les Quartermaine is about to embark on the biggest walk of his life. In...

Saddler still doing what he loves

If you have bought a saddle in Otago, there is a good chance it was...

Long journey to achieve a dream

The sky's the limit for the latest aspiring pilot in North Otago. New Zealand Airline Academy...

Old Golds chasing home final

Time to rescue a forgettable season. North Otago completed step one of three in the pursuit of that goal with a dominant 24-0 win over...

Smith, McLachlan shine with centuries

Two sparkling centuries lit up the third and fourth rounds of the Dick Hunt Trophy. Oamaru star Craig Smith and in-form Valley batsman Nathan McLachlan...

Fine performances by swimmers

Jorgia McDiarmid-Jones and Rhys Charles were among the leading Oamaru swimmers at the New Zealand short-course championships in Auckland last week. The pair each had...

Old Golds could miss playoffs

OLD GOLDS WRAP That was a weird game to watch and an even weirder game to attempt to write about. You can probably argue that South...
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