Retailers hoping for a buoyant Christmas

Oamaru retailers are optimistic a strong start to the Christmas shopping season will continue. With fewer...

‘Mamma Mia!’ in running for 15 awards

If you were impressed by the Musical Theatre Oamaru production of Mamma Mia! this year,...

Project aims to send love through Christmas cards

Stef Backhouse is making sure nobody is forgotten this Christmas. She is on a mission to...

Award a highlight: stylist

Fusion owner and senior hairstylist Debbie Tiddy is still bubbling after winning the Editorial Stylist...

Baking ‘really great cake’

Oamaru Hospital is a huge part of this district, and the people who work there...

Records broken in wet month

It sounds like something out of the Guns N' Roses hit – the month was...

Charity walker heartened by support

Les Quartermaine has been a busy man. For nearly two months, he has walked more than...

Flying the flag for female farmers

Kerry Watson is a can-do person. The Five Forks dairy farm worker is the only woman...

Duntroon wins tech category

Three Duntroon School pupils have a dream. Year 8 pupils Tonkla Suwanjirawat, Hayden Sanford and Holly...

The legacy of Georgie Salter

There will never be another Georgie Salter. The legendary netball identity died at her Totara home last week. We asked North Otago netball stalwarts...

Duo excited about heading overseas

Two young North Otago squash champions will soon represent New Zealand at tournaments in North America. Keidah Bungard (18) and Connor Bolitho (17) will travel...

Cricket on backburner for Grobler

Stephan Grobler's adult life has revolved around cricket – but now his family and an exciting new job come first. The 36-year-old all-rounder still...

Retiring batsman analyses innings

It is time to celebrate one of the great innings in North Otago sport. Duncan Drew is retiring from representative cricket after 89 games,...
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