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Portrait exhibition aimed at the young

The Forrester Gallery is offering audiences the opportunity to look at art from a new perspective, figuratively and literally. From sculptures and paintings to printmaking...

Public urged to show bright colours in walk for hospice

A rainbow of colour will be sprinkled along some of Oamaru's walkways tomorrow. Snap Fitness Oamaru is hosting Walk for Hospice - a 6km walk...

Hall of Memories concert back

The sweet melodies of Waltzing Matilda and In Flanders Fields will ring through the Waitaki Boys' High School Hall of Memories on Sunday. The Hall...

St John to benefit from ride

The North Otago Ulysses motorcycle group is holding its annual fundraiser for St John New Zealand this weekend. Leigh Fellows, who has been riding motorbikes...

Rainbow team leading the way

A sweet team is tipping the fundraising scales ahead of its first appearance at the Relay For Life tomorrow. Having raised more than $4230 for...

Cultural diversity to be celebrated

Variety is the spice of life - and that is exactly what Waitaki Girls' High School hopes to celebrate at its gala today. The bi-annual...

Band planning on teleporting audience

If you are buying a ticket to the Carnivorous Plant Society's Oamaru show, you may be unwittingly purchasing a plane ticket to another universe. The...

Perry pedalling to the metal for Plunket

Alice Perry is planning to put her foot down and pedal as hard as she can for 12 hours straight. The mother to 4-month-old Ella...

Interpretation of Frame novel returns

Red Leap Theatre's rendition of Owls Do Cry is returning to Oamaru with a new relevancy. A lot had happened since the show's premiere in...

Pupils show their musical talent

From Dave Dobbyn to Split Enz, some of New Zealand's best known music is about to be performed in Oamaru. But it will be Waitaki...

Relishing a change in mediums

After decades of creating stained glass wonders, Katrin Waite is now painting and drawing with those same rose tinted glasses. As Crafted gallery's guest artist...

Picnic marks Race Relations Day

The Waitaki Multicultural Council's family picnic is an opportunity to maintain existing friendships and build new ones, Waitaki Newcomers Network and Migrant Support co-ordinator...

Brothers’ twin talents on display

It was not just a womb the White twins shared - they also share a talent in art. Brothers John and Barrie White have been...

Age Concern event open to all

From Rummikub and Crib to Snakes and Ladders, Age Concern's Wednesday board games at the Oamaru Public Library offer something for everyone. With the help...

Islamic centre open day about reciprocity

Tomorrow's Oamaru Islamic Centre open day is about maintaining existing "bridges" within the community, the centre's imam says. In collaboration with Auckland's Voice of Islam,...
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