Here comes the sun (flowers) . . .

One of North Otago's favourite crops is making an impact again. Sunflowers are maturing in paddocks...

New country inspires new calling

Naruedom (Gong) Yaempongsa gives Oamaru residents a taste of Thailand at his Thames Highway restaurant...

Productivity gains made easy

Productivity. It's on every small business owner's mind this time of year. If we're not ruminating on...

Concert to air camp participant’s work

A young musician in his ninth year at the Waitaki Summer Music Camp is contributing...

Oamaru Meats up and running

Oamaru Meats has started up again with 80% of the staff it had to lay...

Tours make the town come alive

As much as reading about history can be informative, getting out and experiencing it first-hand...

All welcome at harvest party

The Waitaki Community Gardens is a place of opportunity. Members of the community can go there...

So much on offer at Summer School

Over the next two weeks, the Oamaru community is being brought together by a love...

New off-road section of trail opening soon

A new section of the Alps 2 Ocean cycle trail, taking cyclists off-road from Aviemore...

Side holds its own in tough contest

North Otago's young cricketers capped off a tough South Island Primary Schools Tournament with a nail-biting win against West Coast in its final game...

Asi has unfulfilled local dreams

He was born in Tonga, went to school in Dunedin and plays rugby for Manawatu, but if anyone asks Sione Asi where he is...

Heartland player trophy high point

Being named Heartland Championship Player of the Year at last week's New Zealand Rugby Awards was the icing on the cake of what has...

Late nominations still welcome

Nominations have closed for the 2019 Network Waitaki Sports Awards - officially, at least. But judge and Waitaki Community Recreation Centre manager Diane Talanoa said...
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