Counting on more than a tie-breaker

Irene Sparks says she is out to collar the world record for grabatology. That's the fancy...

Motorists’ shortcut baffling

Road safety co-ordinator Elton Crane is "baffled" at the actions of motorists cutting through an...

A new cinderella story

A new all-singing, all-dancing show is being staged next week by Musical Theatre Oamaru's Children's...

Grape harvest countdown after tough season

Waitaki Valley vineyards are awaiting this year's harvest. It would be remembered as a difficult one...

Let them eat cake

No-one is ever too old to celebrate a birthday. Founded in April 1892, St John Oamaru...

Oamaru stylists on the road again

Oamaru hair stylist Makaela Tiddy is making a habit out of learning more about her...

Competition entries open for apprentices

Entries for this year's Registered Master Builders Apprentice of the Year competition are now open. This...

New life for historic building

A 138-year-old Wansbeck St building is getting a new lease of life thanks to an...

Charlee’s road to recovery leads home

North Otago girl Charlee McLachlan has started her long road to recovery after major surgery...

Season off to cracking start

Tainui made a cracking start to the new hockey season with a 4-2 win over Northern Hearts at the Oamaru turf on Saturday. Hearts shot to...

Let there be light – that’s the plan for Maheno rugby

Maheno lit up the Citizens Shield last season and now the club is hoping to be permanently in the rugby spotlight. The buoyant country club...

Old Boys charging again

THE WRAP A rather interesting weekend with the end of the first round in sight. Athletic Marist made the biggest statement, roaring back from a halftime...

Boxing club proving a hit

Trainer Joe Cropley believes this year could be a big one for the Oamaru Boxing Club. The club, based in Eden St, has a core...
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