Firefighters compete hard, take first win

An Oamaru Fire Brigade team has won the the National Waterways Challenge, the brigade's first...

Plunket pedalling for a worthy cause

North Otago Plunket is calling for community support ahead of its new fundraiser "Lycra for...

Achieving residency, appreciating acceptance

They were once denied residency in New Zealand because of their son's autism, but one...

Organiser ultra happy after race

There was a lot of emotion at the finish line of the Alps 2 Ocean...

New faces on the beat

Meet Oamaru's newest police recruits. Constables Sam Thompson (26) and William Szabo (24) have been posted...

Thames St florist shop changes hands

Jonell's Florist is no more. The flower shop in Oamaru's central Thames St has changed hands...

Book harvest for children

Do you have any old children's books begging to be read and enjoyed again? Donations of...

Barber offering suds with a shave

What's old is new again at Bruce's Barber in Oamaru. After months of planning, Samara Fraser...

International Women’s Day link

The Oamaru Opera House is linking directly with the Sydney Opera House in a special...

Williamson hopeful of good trot

Matthew Williamson will be hoping against a photo finish when he competes in the World Driving Championships in Sweden in May. Williamson (28) was selected...

Clash achieved goal of raising game’s profile

Last week's Waitaki Girls' High School twenty20 cricket clash against a police team achieved its goal of raising the game's profile among young women,...

Illness extra motivation for Taylor

A lot can happen in a year – just ask Oamaru rower Mark Taylor. Twelve months ago, he was laid out with glandular fever, an...

Seven players honoured with caps

Saturday was a special day for the Oamaru Cricket Club. Not only did it secure a place in this weekend's Borton Cup final, but seven...
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