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As the Beatles sang – you get by with a little help your friends. But what...

Meet the woman called the governor

An Oamaru woman has risen to the Altrusa's top role in New Zealand. Maria Mackay's official...

N. Otago McCahon sells for $717,000

A painting depicting North Otago by one-time resident Colin McCahon sold at auction last week...

Recycling restricted but keep it coming

Residents keen to recycle their waste are urged to keep taking it to the Waitaki...

Call for diverse election candidates

Calling all candidates for community boards, councillors and the mayoralty in Waitaki. Waitaki District Council chief...

Society seeks those keen for some training

If you have felt inspired by the efforts of local volunteers during Volunteer Week –...

Penguins prove prodigal

The first chicks hatched at Oamaru Harbour this year were abandoned as eggs by their...

Fresh new look

Kakanui Store owners Tracey and Raymond Metternich show off their shop's new mural, painted and...

Women’s health bus visits

North Otago women have begun to benefit from a new mobile health service that rolled...

Performing at the highest level

Waitaki Boys' High School has a proud sporting history and 14 of the school's top sportsmen will be inducted into a new Sports Hall...

Athletic gives Valley Gold good run

The eighth week of the North Otago premier netball competition, and first week into a new round, saw some thrilling games. The final results on...

Driving force on world stage

Matthew Williamson was back on familiar territory on Sunday. The Oamaru driver had his first appearance on his home track, for the Oamaru Harness Racing...

Loss imperils Kurow’s finals spot

Kurow's finals aspirations are in jeopardy after it lost to Maheno 45-19 at home on Saturday. The competition's two top sides, Valley and Excelsior, had...
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