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Mamma Mia! It's going to be a massive show at the Oamaru Opera House next...

Pyjamas being collected for foster children

An Otago organisation is calling for spare and unwanted pyjamas throughout North Otago. Juanita Willems, from...

Kindergarten teachers all abuzz from time in Tonga

Teachers from an Oamaru kindergarten have returned home after an educational trip to Tonga. Sarah Gordon,...

Snip, new classrooms opened

It was an exciting day for parents, staff and pupils alike as they gathered to...

Record row raises $20,000

Former Oamaru rower Jo Kearney is "absolutely humbled" after her voyage across the Cook Strait...

Milligans Portside Punch charity boxing: The contenders

Let's get ready to rumble. The 24 contenders for the Milligans Portside Punch charity boxing...

Finding out more about dem bones

It has been an exciting time for North Otago Museum curator Chloe Searle, who has...

Pair revive rock ‘n’ roll dancing

Music lovers and dance enthusiasts rejoice – rock and roll is back in town. A rock...

Out with the old, in with the new

A Kakanui plot famed for its rich red tomatoes is now growing purple produce. The former...

Maheno transformed by shield win: Balchin

Marcus Balchin is flat out building houses and helping raise three pre-school children. But he still finds time to look back and smile about the...

Meadowbank loses its way against West End

The Meadowbank men's football team had its winning streak cut short when it was thrashed by West End at the weekend. West End cleaned up...

St Kevin’s unbeaten at end of first round

St Kevin's College gained revenge for defeat in last year's final by toppling Valley Gold in North Otago premier netball on Saturday. The clash between...

Plenty of spice in ‘measuring stick’ clash

It might not be the Blood Match, but there is still plenty at stake when the Oamaru First XVs clash at St Kevin's College...
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