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Remembering Somme

One of New Zealand's worst war experiences was commemorated in Oamaru last week. At 11am on...

Celebrating final years of steam power

The final years of steam-powered locomotives in the South Island have been chronicled by former...

Victorian fest brochure out

Oamaru's biggest festival of the year is nearly here. Three thousand programmes publicising the 2016 Oamaru...

Aquatic centre maintenance going wel

Waitaki Aquatic Centre is nearing completion. The complex closed on August 29 and will reopen on...

Shed planned for rest-home

All Don Chalmers wants is a shed to tinker in with friends and family. Mr Chalmers (77),...

Performing better aim for athletes

Twenty-three St Kevin's College pupils have become sporting guinea pigs this term. The year 9 and...

London investiture for Otekaieke man

It's a long way from Otekaieke to central London, but the journey was well worth...

Lucerne ideal for dryland farms

Lucerne is back in fashion. The crop's ability to produce high-quality feed in drought-prone areas is...

‘Big change’ under way

Oamaru North's six active classrooms are set to be reduced to three massive "inclusive spaces",...

Sport

Topsy-turvy final ends as draw

Joint champions . . . Valley Gold and Waitaki Girls' High School Lightning Strike players were all celebrating after a 28-28 draw in the...

Tournament in experienced hands

A major table tennis competition in Oamaru today andtomorrow is expected to run smoothly one of the organisers has attended all 45 predecessors Russell Pope...

The dream comes true

League and cup double wraps up Meadowbank's golden season Every football side's dream is to claim a league and cup double in a season –...

SI success for St Kevin’s

St Kevin's College coach Kate Mihaere believes there was a simple reason for her side's success at the South Island secondary schools tournament in...
The SouthToday

Students go without to support the poor Dunedin

Agencies push stroke prevention Dunedin

Local leaders sign Chinese agreements Dunedin

Dunedin women launch charity for grieving families Dunedin

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