Nighttime closure of breakwater closer

The proposed permanent overnight closure of the Oamaru Breakwater is one step closer. At a meeting...

Honours presented to Waitaki pair

A pair of Waitaki residents recognised in this year's Queen's Birthday Honours List were presented...

Top honour awarded to Oamaru Lion

A member of the Lions Club of Oamaru has been presented with the organisation's prestigious...

Malo e lelei to new Tongan JP

Oamaru has a second Tongan Justice of the Peace, after Frances Oakes was sworn in...

New citizens from far and wide

Now that Timothy and Rebecca Hutchinson have settled in, they have no plans to leave...

A bit bigger than the real McCaw

With the details of the Kurow statue of former All Black captain Richie McCaw finalised,...

Sweet as: girls in sugar study

Pupils at Waitaki Girls' High School have been part of a "world first" study into...

Accountancy student wins $2000 tertiary scholarship

A Lincoln University student already showing plenty of initiative has been awarded the 2017 North...

Show to raise funds for children’s classes

A Timaru artist is staging an exhibition in Oamaru to raise funds for children's art...

Jake’s ready for a big adventure

Two bonus points not worst result

OLD GOLDS WRAP From woe to wonderful to whoops. North Otago flirted with heavy defeat then a glorious comeback before slipping to a 33-31 loss to...

“Nobby” joins Sports Hall of Fame

Softball effectively does not exist in North Otago any more, but it was once a major sport – and one of New Zealand's greatest...

Success for Waitaki Girls’ at school hockey tournament

A bunch of Waitaki Girls' High School hockey players created history at the Jenny McDonald Cup in Christchurch last week. The school won the tournament,...

Remembering the golden glow of 2007

It is 10 years since one of the great North Otago rugby teams won the Meads Cup for the first time. Glenn Dickson starred...
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