Boost for hall repairs

A project to replace a leaking roof at the Oamaru Squash and Badminton Club has...

Heritage-based tourism studied

Oamaru's Victorian precinct has been the subject of a University of Otago Centre for Sustainability...

Showing their ales at Beervana

Michael O'Brien and Lee-Ann Scotti can't wait to show off their brews at the country's...

Hospitality is in Harry’s blood

If you have a look at his family history, it is no surprise Harry Kerr...

Aero club rises to new heights

How is the air up there? Just ask members of the North Otago Aero Club....

Top performances from local dancers

Oamaru dancers were jumping for joy after the recent New Zealand highland and national dancing...

Huge response to plea to help foster children

A pair of Oamaru women are doing their bit to help children in foster care. Over...

Everything in place for moving day

With opening day looming at Oamaru's Observatory Retirement Village, general manager Rosie Dwyer is working...

‘All-consuming’ task nears fruition

In a matter of days, the $22 million Observatory Retirement Village will open its doors. One of...

Lots to love in sparkling season

The Citizens Shield is back in Old Boys' hands, and club rugby is done for another season. HaydenMeikle looks back on a year that...

Honing their skills

A keen group of young female footballers were treated to their own skills session courtesy of Football South last Thursday. About 30 girls took part in...

Heartland squad naming delayed

North Otago coach Nigel Walsh is delaying the final naming of his squad to give players every chance to earn selection. Walsh will not reveal who...

Medals galore at weekend for successful swim teams

Oamaru swimmers performed well both south and north at the weekend. The majority (24 swimmers) of the Oamaru Swim Club raced at a Timaru meet...
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