Lions preparing for winter crop contest

North Otago farmers can cash in their crops with the 2019 Winter Crop Competition. Run by...

Rainbow Run fever grows

Hundreds of people are expected to take part in Sport Waitaki's Rainbow Run. The annual event...

Shopkeepers happy to settle in Kakanui

Newcomers Raymond and Tracey Metternich are living their dream. The couple have bought the Kakanui store...

Principal ‘passionate’ about region

Starting in January, Marcus Cooper will become the new principal of East Otago High School....

Tonga trip maps way for cyclone rebuild

Dr Peter Rodwell and Lei'ataua Tahaafe believe their recent cyclone relief trip to Tonga was...

Becoming a beekeeper for a day

Since starting at theĀ Oamaru Mail I've been fortunate to have the chance to take up...

WW1 hospital ship remembered

Maheno School's strong links to World War 1 will be further strengthened on Armistice Day...

Graphics pupils design motels

Year 13 graphics pupils from Waitaki Boys' High School were proud to present their tourist...

Cape Reinga-Bluff ride for charity

Auckland man Trevor Turner, known by his friends and family as Rangi, has been clocking...

Heartland trip savoured

Smith pulls stumps on career

Craig Smith has some sad news and some great news. The sad news is the classy all-rounder has played his last game of cricket for...

Success for North Otago pupils

North Otago pupils took home a swag of prizes from the Aoraki Secondary School Sports Awards, which were held in Timaru last Friday. Waitaki Boys'...

Kitto shows how it’s done

A fine all-round performance by Scott Kitto spurred Waitaki Boys' High School to a tight win over Albion in the second round of the...

North Otago rallies for the win

Mostert and a three-wicket haul by Stephan Grobler helped North Otago to a comfortable win over rival South Canterbury in a Hawke Cup warm-up...
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