Tool saving time and money

As many as 70 people have undergone ultrasound treatment at Kurow Medical Centre since a...

Region’s transport history recalled

Capturing the history of how transport made the Waitaki Valley strong and independent before tales...

Sky’s the limit for space-minded

School children interested in science and astronomy didn't have too many extra-curricular activities to keep...

Diversity of past 27 years enjoyable

Today the Oamaru Mail marks the end of an era, as one of its most...

Excelsior clubrooms ideal site

Three potential sites for a possible indoor sports facility in Oamaru have been identified in...

Research earns accolades

Sheep and beef research is earning accolades for a local vet practice. The Veterinary Centre, which...

RNZAF recruit’s career takes off

Former Oamaru woman Jena Scott's career is set to soar after she recently completed the...

Resident writer raised in Oamaru

A former Oamaru woman has been given the opportunity to dedicate more time to something she...

St Kevin’s replacing artificial turf

A major project that will benefit sportspeople at St Kevin's College is close to going...

Blues lock eyes Citizens Shield

Jason Millns is something of a throwback. At a time when North Otago club rugby seems to consist largely of youngsters, Pacific Islanders and Englishmen,...

Oamaru karate kids taste success

A pair of young Oamaru martial artists tasted success at the New Zealand karate championships in Wellington recently. The Burge brothers, Quinn (9) and Camden...

Semis both too close to call

The points table suggests this weekend's Citizens Shield semifinals will be one-way traffic. But you don't play rugby games on paper. Hayden Meiklelooks ahead...

Semifinal race one of the best

THE WRAP Talk about a photo finish. When there is one – ONE – point between third and the wooden spoon, you know a competition is...
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