Long trip for barrel racer

Horsewoman Henrietta Purvis is taking North Otago's hopes into the national rodeo finals in Wairoa...

Consultation on 70kmh speed limit

A proposed variable speed limit of 70kmh either side of the turnoff to the Moeraki...

Waste plant opens soon

Oamaru's new refuse transfer station, in Industrial Place, will open for business on April 22. Waste...

Passenger rail link push

A passenger rail service between Christchurch and Dunedin would become a reality if a group...

School on track with renovation

One of the largest school renovation projects in the Waitaki district is on track to...

Church draws thousands of visitors

Neil Rooney estimates more than 40,000 people from around New Zealand and 40 other countries...

Waitaki Girls’ is throwing a gala

Waitaki Girls' High School is the place to be next Friday afternoon. Its biennial gala from...

Dogs do jump hurdles whatever the weather

Conditions at the weekend's North Otago Dog Training Club agility and jumping championships at the...

We’re going on a trail ride!

The 11th incarnation of the Five Forks Foothills Trail Ride is taking in new terrain...

Making a bid for Maadi glory

Oamaru rowers will be asked to create their own spotlight as LAMT (Life After Mark Taylor) kicks in at the Maadi Cup next week. Ten...

Interprovincials beckon promising young athletes

Three of North Otago's brightest athletics prospects have a big opportunity on a higher stage next month. Matthew Gough, Stanley McClure and Amelia Newlands have...

Sprinter dominating province

By the time you have finished reading this sentence, Schuyler Orr has run around the block. Twice. The Waitaki Boys' High School year 13...

Coaches rate their Shield chances

Club rugby season is nearly upon us. Hayden Meikle catches up with coaches of the six Citizens Shield teams to see how their preparations...
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