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Racing and family fun in store

It is hoped a strong focus on family entertainment will draw the crowds to Saturday's Christmas...

Science with a twist

David Kline brings his unique brand of education to Oamaru tonight, in the form of...

Promising start for tournament

North Otago Referees Sevens organiser James Symes was a tired but happy man after the...

Ride raised $8000 for Alps 2 Ocean upkeep

More than $8000 has been raised for St John Ambulance and the upkeep of the...

Christmas fun returning to park

An afternoon of festive fun is in store at House of Breakthrough church's Christmas in...

Console gives MTO flexibility

Musical Theatre Oamaru has acquired a new lighting console, thanks in part to an $1800 grant...

Sharing athletics enthusiasm

Rod Jones is a relatively new face on the North Otago athletics scene but the...

‘Custodian’ role suits car lover

Oamaru's Quentin Barrow considers himself more a custodian of his 1925 Jewett than an owner. He...

Top honours for shooter

North Otago's top gun has received the ultimate accolade. Target Shooting North Otago stalwart Reg Partridge...

Sport

Weston team to nationals

Weston School’s high­flying cricketers are ready for the big show. The school’s cricket team heads to Lincoln next week to represent the Otago­Southland region...

Bethany puts her all into netball

North Otago netballer Bethany Robertson knows all about challenges, but she welcomes every one put in her path. The versatile sportswoman has emerged as an...

Rush eager for next challenge

Tim Rush must be a glutton for punishment. The talented Oamaru cyclist had barely finished the gruelling Tour of Southland when he started thinking of...

Looking to make best of season Mostert’s record memorable

Frankly speaking, it would be nonsense to expect the king of North Otago cricket to repeat his heroics of last summer. But there is...
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