Stuff of nightmares: suffering an opshop hangover

I own stuff! I own too much stuff. I love the idea of living in one...

Glad to be back in this lively, lovely town

When I decided to move back to Oamaru, and back to print journalism, some people...

Dance teacher has her moves perfectly timed

The stereotype of the lazy teenager is being shattered by Esta Downing. The Oamaru 16-year-old has...

Managing hospital’s biggest asset

Oamaru Hospital is a huge part of this district, and the people who work there...

Road leads home for former Oamaru man

You can take the man out of the town but you can't take the town...

Cuba trip yields more opportunities

Cuba has dominated the past 12 months for former St Kevin's College pupil Anna Craig...

Musicians tune up for camp concert

An annual event that warms the district's cultural climate is taking place for the 23rd...

Council planning ‘another option’ for next New Year

After a quiet start to 2019, a public celebration will be held to welcome 2020,...

Global cuisine more popular in Oamaru

Chef's Multi Cuisine restaurant is open and ready for business. Located in the former Turkish kebab...

Penguins playing for pride

Tournament hailed a success

Job well done. That was the assessment of Peter Cameron after one of the biggest weeks in the recent history of North Otago cricket. Oamaru hosted...

Classic event whole new ball game

North Otago rugby players Sam and Glen Sturgess have a busy month ahead of them. The two brothers will compete alongside each other in this...

Stateside stint chance to realise potential

He is the son of a North Otago sporting legend, but Max de Geest is rapidly carving out his own reputation. The Junior Tall...

The shield at the top of the order

Jeremiah Shields is a big man, and he is happy to put himself in the firing line as an opener for the North Otago...
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