Research earns accolades

Sheep and beef research is earning accolades for a local vet practice. The Veterinary Centre, which...

RNZAF recruit’s career takes off

Former Oamaru woman Jena Scott's career is set to soar after she recently completed the...

Resident writer raised in Oamaru

A former Oamaru woman has been given the opportunity to dedicate more time to something she...

St Kevin’s replacing artificial turf

A major project that will benefit sportspeople at St Kevin's College is close to going...

Whitestone City drawing visitors

A "steady stream" of visitors has passed through the doors of Whitestone City since it...

Water wheel restoration project makes progress

Work to restore the historic Phoenix Mill water wheel at its Old Mill Rd site...

Business plan face of Steampunk

A new way to record stunning, youthful good looks has arrived in Oamaru. At the recent...

Fame stuns chook stars

Forget Tom and Brad, Nicole and Angelina – there's a new wave of film stars...

Dogs give their blood

Humans give blood all the time – and as it turns out, dogs do, too. Donor...

Semifinal race one of the best

THE WRAP Talk about a photo finish. When there is one – ONE – point between third and the wooden spoon, you know a competition is...

Third place likely for North Otago after loss

North Otago put up a decent fight but ran out of steam in its latest game in the Otago premier women's rugby competition. A...

Football appeals to competitive nature

As long as his team is doing well, Meadowbank United's Reece Curle is not too concerned about his own form. Curle, a left back in...

Time with Valley great experience

Dan Lewis has had quite an impact on North Otago club rugby since joining Valley in the second round. The talented English first five-eighth...
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