School thrilled with new classrooms

Pembroke School expects to open two new classrooms by April, which will ease the pressure...

Jerusalem trip eye-opener

Oamaru teacher Sonya Hull has returned from a three-week trip to Israel, bringing back invaluable...

Growing knowledge pays

Alex Dixon's passion for gardening has paid off in spades. The 7-year-old Hampden boy recently won...

Cruise ship passengers on tour

A group of passengers from a cruise ship docked in Dunedin spent time in Oamaru...

Livestock sold as community helps little girl

A livestock sale to raise funds for North Otago preschooler Charlee McLachlan's life-changing surgery has...

Chinese New Year at new heights

Last week's Chinese New Year celebrations in Oamaru were so popular with locals and visitors...

Few fears for farming: Clark

Talk of the United States becoming more isolationist under a Trump administration should not hurt North...

Bike park to open in March

A smaller version of Oamaru's soon-to-be-completed learn-to-ride bike park at Friendly Bay may be constructed...

Show goes from strength to strength

  The Palmerston and Waihemo A&P Association continues to surge ahead. Not only has its annual show...

Taking wickets not a problem

It would be a harsh critic who did not see the positives in the North Otago cricket team's recently concluded Hawke Cup campaign. No, there...

Swimming squad shows its class

Even by their own recent high standards, Oamaru swimmers made a heck of a splash at the national junior festival in Timaru at the...

Steel has busy weekend schedule in Waitaki visit

North Otago netball fans will be in heaven this weekend. The Southern Steel squad is coming to Oamaru for a jam-packed schedule of training, playing,...

Ironman Allan can sit back now

Oamaru multisporter Dougal Allan may have had a little trouble walking this week, but reckons it's all worth it. Allan, competing in the elite men's...
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