Business skill offered to young


Dunedin City Council member Fliss Butcher is setting up a youth market in Oamaru where young people can learn and experience what it’s like to be in business.

The idea is based on a similar market in Christchurch, and Ms Butcher said there was a huge pool of talented young people in Oamaru who could be a part of it.

The market would be free for stallholders, driven by Ms Butcher, and run monthly initially to gauge popularity.


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