Mamma Mia! How can you resist?

Even before the curtain goes up on the Oamaru Musical Theatre's Mamma Mia!, you know...

Home benefits from volunteers

There were no sour grapes for staff and residents of Whalan Lodge last week. Instead, the...

Penny-farthing lesson ‘once-in-a-lifetime experience’

This is something out of the ordinary. The Oamaru Ordinary Cycle Club has started a "penny-farthing...

Yoga instructor says it is ‘not just exercise’

Two years after opening her own yoga studio in Oamaru, Jae Omnet says her business...

Brent Baillie, the general manager of Rainbow Confectionery, is reasonably new to Oamaru. Tyson Young...

Finding the authentic Waitaki identity

The Waitaki District Council's first economic development manager has only just arrived but he feels...

Grey Power keen to assist

Grey Power North Otago wants to work with other groups in the Waitaki district to...

Speed a concern

Oamaru driver Peter Petrie believes it is time for the speed limit on Weston Rd...

Meet the ‘Mamma Mia!’ cast

Mamma Mia! It's going to be a massive show at the Oamaru Opera House. In...

U17 side aiming for top-half finish

Abbey McKenzie sees no reason why North Otago should not be aiming high next week. McKenzie is again coaching one of the province's elite teams...

Semifinals shape as close affairs

Thinking about tipping the winners of the Citizens Shield semifinals this weekend? Good luck with that. Hayden Meikle looks ahead to two intriguing clashes. OLD...

St Kevin’s ‘stoked’ to regain Peanut

St Kevin's College co-captain Tama Wooldridge reached for one word as he tried to sum up the feeling of winning the Blood Match last...

First draw of season in quiet round

THE WRAP It was the final-round calm before the semifinal storm. Nothing too dramatic happened, no team changed its position on the table, and no game...
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