Blue penguins to star in project

Oamaru's wildlife is set to make a splash on the international stage. The Oamaru Blue Penguin...

Principal excited by plans to modernise

The heart of St Joseph's School is the people, not the buildings, but principal Lorraine...

Time to catch some waves

North Otago and South Canterbury farmers are being encouraged to get off their farms and...

Artists, organisers thrilled with response to event

Waitaki artists gained invaluable exposure with an "amazing" Meet the Maker pilot event, one of...

Penny farthings tour West Coast

If there is one thing Mark Allan learned on the Oamaru Ordinary Cycle Club's tour...

Jobs initiative under way

Waimate has received a $250,000 boost to help shake up the job market in the...

Mountain bike tracks planned

A block of land at St Kevin's College is being given an exhilarating new lease...

Mental health dialogue required

From playing for the All Blacks and coaching internationally, to being named a New Zealander...

Plan to move turning circle, turn old site into square

A new turning circle in Esplanade Rd could eliminate safety concerns in the area. At a...

Olympic track squad selection hard won

Holly Edmondston has overcome more obstacles in her life than most athletes. A back injury hampered her cycling career for several seasons and she had...

Hopes high for Oamaru harness racing

It has been a hectic few months for new Oamaru Harness Racing Club president David Ovens. Ovens stepped into the role earlier this year, having...

Milestone a long time coming

It might have taken nearly 30 years, but Bevan Smith got there in the end. The Oamaru Cricket Club player was awarded his 50th cap...

Tennis club sees rise in members

A spike in playing numbers has helped strengthen the North Otago tennis competition. About 60 players were involved in this year's senior Thursday night competition,...
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