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...

Herron delighted to earn membership

Mark Herron joined an exclusive group when he was made a life member of the...

Neighbours act up on holiday

A holiday romp written by one of New Zealand's best-loved playwrights is on stage in...

Jock enjoys his very special day

Jock Webster reckons it was "quite an honour" to be presented with his Queen's Service...

Taane set to wow crowd

A show "like nothing Oamaru has ever seen before" will be at the Opera House...

Burt’s son at Bonneville for anniversary event

Oamaru man John Munro continues to ensure father Burt's legacy lives on 50 years after...

Another big haul for Oamaru swimmers

A haul of 64 medals came back with the Oamaru Swim Club from its latest meet at the Neptune Swim Club in Dunedin. The Queen's...

Goal ace stars for Meadowbank

As far as goal scoring averages go, you'd be hard pressed to beat Meadowbank United striker Caitlan Lee's effort. The 20-year-old has been in imperious...

North Otago team soars to win over air force tourists

Assistant coach Jason Forrest says North Otago got plenty out of Sunday's game against a touring air force team despite the lopsided scoreline. A North...

Do your best and carry on

You can't have rugby without referees. Blair Malcolm is one of the top whistle-blowers in North Otago and had the honour of controlling the...
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