From London via Middle East

The Oamaru Library is filled with thousands of stories. Reporter Tyson Young catches up with...

Help wanted to create database

In an effort to make access to water to fight fires in rural areas easier,...

Hospital jobs may be slashed

A public meeting is being held tonight to discuss and plan a community response to...

Intern relished her time with council

When Danielle van Duin was looking for an internship opportunity in Australia or New Zealand,...

Rainbow proud to stick with tradition

As other large-scale confectionery manufacturers move their operations overseas, there is still one company sticking...

Wolfpack walk for mental health

Raising awareness about men's mental health is close to the hearts of members of the...

Craft brewery gaining favour among lovers of Belgian beer

Most people in their 50s are starting to relax and slow down, but Michael O'Brien...

District generally on right track

With local body elections and several issues and opportunities facing the Waitaki district, 2019 is...

Steampunk seeks newcomers

Some people might view steampunk as crazy, outlandish or absurd – but those are the...

Course in top condition for pro-am

The North Otago Golf Club course looks a picture before Sunday's big event. For the second consecutive year the club is hosting a leg of...

International interest strong

Following the success of the inaugural Alps 2 Ocean Ultra marathon last year, race director Mike Sandri says the pressure is on to deliver...

New bike tracks labour of love

Organising Papakaio's new eight-hour mountain bike challenge has brought the local school and wider community together in a special way, event spokeswoman Rebecca Finlay...

Runs at a premium in Borton Cup competiton

Runs were hard to come by in the latest round of Borton Cup action on Saturday. Fresh off its Dick Hunt Trophy win the previous...
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