Chinese New Year at new heights

Last week's Chinese New Year celebrations in Oamaru were so popular with locals and visitors...

Few fears for farming: Clark

Talk of the United States becoming more isolationist under a Trump administration should not hurt North...

Bike park to open in March

A smaller version of Oamaru's soon-to-be-completed learn-to-ride bike park at Friendly Bay may be constructed...

Show goes from strength to strength

  The Palmerston and Waihemo A&P Association continues to surge ahead. Not only has its annual show...

New rector looking to future

Waitaki Boys' High School rector Darryl Paterson is determined to see the school become a...

Surprise drop in rabbit count good news for public gardens

Fewer rabbits appear to be roaming the Oamaru Public Gardens this summer than last year,...

Lighting planned for fountain

Lighting may be added to the Craig Fountain when it makes its eventual return to...

Campers to receive refund

Waitaki lakes camping season ticket-holders affected by recent flash flooding near Otematata are to receive...

Vintage car club sharing its skills

A Waimate Vintage Car Club initiative aims to get the town's young people familiar with...

Oamaru riders perform with credit

North Otago players at national touch event

North Otago was well represented at the touch national tournament in Auckland, with four players in three Otago sides at last week's event. Brylee More...

Softballer selected for NZ team

Young Oamaru softballer Josh Eastwood is a rare breed. The 16-year-old was recently selected for the New Zealand under-17 softball team, which will tour the United...

Mostert century shows the way

North Otago will go into its final Hawke Cup clash of the season against Southland full of confidence after securing a comprehensive outright win...

Aiming for the top

Union all-rounder Blake James is another of the young crop of North Otago cricketers making a name for themselves. The Otago under-17 and under-19...
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