Altrusa club country’s top literacy achiever again

Oamaru's Altrusa club is the country's top literacy achiever. It was presented with the Letha H....

Teacher honoured for service to AFS

Oamaru teacher Ken McCallum has been associated with intercultural exchange programme AFS for most of...

Breastfeeding mums given help

Oamaru has a new drop-in centre called The Milk Room. Open in the Severn St Plunket...

Matariki to be marked for first time

Matariki - Maori New Year - will be marked in Oamaru for the first time this year. Matariki...

Defibrillator courtesy of model rail group

Harbour St now has a potentially life-saving piece of medical equipment thanks to the efforts...

Variations on a steampunk theme

Materials ranging from wire to tape to muslin have been pressed into service for Trish...

Mayor pushes Rainbow’s case

Rainbow Confectionery is ``well able'' to produce Cadbury's Kiwi brands at its Regina Lane base,...

Wall likely to be remodelle

An Oamaru stone and concrete retaining wall that partially collapsed in Severn St last year...

Farmer and weaver unite for wool project

An Otago Daily Times feature has led to a marriage of fleece and fashion. Glenavy sheep...

Meadowbank back at top of the table

It may not have been the prettiest of wins on Saturday, but Meadowbank United's senior reserve side will take it. Meadowbank secured a 4-2 South Canterbury...

Rugby in his sights

He is as tall as a lock but you will find Phil Janssen on the sidelines, not in a scrum. The passionate photographer has...

Semifinal battle too close to call

THE WRAP Call it the round inspired by the Lions. Two games in an ultra-competitive round of the Citizens Shield were decided in the best traditions...

Three selected for development squad

A trio of young Oamaru swimmers are making waves in the sport, after being selected for the Swimming New Zealand national development squad. The Mansfield...
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