What's On

Pair’s music traces back to classical roots

Friends who sing together, stay together. At least that is the case for musical artists Calla Knudson and Adelaide Dunn. Knudson and Dunn spent their secondary...

Each Māori alphabet letter depicted

It is just like learning your ABCs. Only instead of 26 letters, it is 15. The Forrester Gallery will soon open an exhibition on the Māori...

Exhibition thank you to people of the Haka

Photographer Chloe Lodge isoffering a thank you to her new Hakataramea Valley community through her one-photo-per-week rolling exhibition. ‘‘A Window on the Haka’’ opened this...

Exhibition embodies a journey

Self-analysis can be a difficult, but necessary part of life’s journey, artist Ioan Grigore says. In his exhibition ‘‘Talking to Myself’’, at the Forrester Gallery,...

‘Toot for Tucker’ coming in December

Do not be alarmed when you hear sirens and horns reverberating around the streets of Oamaru on December 6. It is not the start of...

Dispose of your e-waste, free

The Waitaki Resource Recovery Park is trying to make doing the right thing easier. In conjunction with the Waitaki District Council, the recovery park is...

Donating blood a way to help others

Phyllis Gray is a bloody good sort. Over the past 30 years, Mrs Gray has donated blood 81 times and she is about to do...

Rest-home community cooks up a fundraiser

Dumpling in a cloot, cobb loaf with hot cheese dip, and Nanny’s pineapple foam are just a taste of the culinary delights you can...

Gothic comedy ‘very different’

Whodunit. That will be the question posed to the Oamaru Repertory Theatre’s audience during its rendition of Ravenscroft, by Don Nigro. Billed as a ‘‘Gothic comedy’’,...

Diabetes testing on offer

Free testing for type 2 diabetes is taking place in Oamaru next week. North Otago Lions co-ordinator Klaus Steiner said the four Lions Clubs in...

Historical sites welcome visitors back

Totara Estate and Clarks Mill are welcoming visitors once again. Last month, Totara Estate opened its doors to the public for the season and Clarks...

Special masks may give group voice again

Sally Randall has made social singing her life purpose. But driven by concerns that singing could be a superspreader of Covid-19 because of the aerosol...

Street art creation ahead

When others see a plain wall, artists see a canvas. At least that is the case for Al Bell, Philina den Dulk, Luzette Crossan, Dave...

Knife making unleashes creative side

He makes the sharpest tool in the draw. Tucked in the back of a lifestyle block, past the clucking chickens, blooming flowers, and promising veggies,...

Festival chance to laud artists, says director

Celebrating local talent is at the crux of the Waitaki Arts Festival, director Frances McElhinney says. New Zealand artists tended to be humble, but the...
Advertisement