Judges say yum to Brydone organic yams

Brydone Growers has done it again. The organic vegetable business at Totara has won major titles...

A movable feast of dance on its way

Buses, cheese and cream are not things you usually associate with dance. However, at the inaugural Waitaki...

Netball keen for indoor facility

The North Otago Netball Association believes a new indoor sports facility is essential for Oamaru...

Boost for hall repairs

A project to replace a leaking roof at the Oamaru Squash and Badminton Club has...

Heritage-based tourism studied

Oamaru's Victorian precinct has been the subject of a University of Otago Centre for Sustainability...

Showing their ales at Beervana

Michael O'Brien and Lee-Ann Scotti can't wait to show off their brews at the country's...

Hospitality is in Harry’s blood

If you have a look at his family history, it is no surprise Harry Kerr...

Aero club rises to new heights

How is the air up there? Just ask members of the North Otago Aero Club....

Top performances from local dancers

Oamaru dancers were jumping for joy after the recent New Zealand highland and national dancing...

Smaller pitches to aid juniors

Tainui looking to put narrow loss behind it

If there was ever a case of the one that got away, Tainui's most recent result must surely be it. The Oamaru club might have...

Darling ambitious for Old Golds

Ralph Darling has had enough of being at the second table. The popular North Otago captain enjoyed hoisting the Lochore Cup last year but hungers...

Club’s growth reflected in results

An explosion in player numbers is paying dividends for the Athletic Junior Netball Club. From having two teams and a total of 17 players in...

Both semis shape as tight battles

A pair of intriguing match-ups are set for Saturday's premier club netball semifinals at the North Otago Netball Centre, with little separating the top...
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