Pupils’ school-work transition rewarded

Oamaru secondary schools joined others throughout New Zealand in presenting the inaugural prime minister's vocational...

‘Sadness’ at store closing

After 43 years of trading in downtown Oamaru, The Light Christian Store is closing. The decision...

Three years of opportunities ahead

Re-applying for your job every three years is a daunting prospect, but it's a great...

New initiative aimed at youth employment

The revolution is coming. The kids are taking over the world and so are the machines. The...

Finding many reasons for gratitude

World Diabetes Day was celebrated globally yesterday to raise awareness about type 1 and type...

Positivity seminar for farmers

North Otago farmers packed out the Oamaru Opera House ODT InkBox Theatre for last week's...

Time to salute our local heroes

The Waitaki district is full of hardworking people, dedicated to making a difference in their...

Entertainment to be Victorian Fete ‘kicker’

If it ain't broke, don't fix it. And that's why the unofficial wrap party for Oamaru's...

Gallery extends into neighbouring freezer

Celebrating five years in business in Oamaru, Philina den Dulk has expanded her gallery Art...

Heartland tour ‘awesome’ trip

The New Zealand Heartland XV's end of season tour had a strong North Otago flavour. Meli Kolinisau, Ralph Darling, Robbie Smith and Patrick Pati all...

Athletes keep pushing past limits

Schyuler Orr has some lofty goals. The North Otago sprinter recently ran 100m in a personal best time of 11sec flat in Dunedin, and his...

200 games, catches record

Duncan Drew had several reasons to celebrate Union's win over Glenavy on Saturday. The North Otago cricket stalwart became the fifth person to play 200...

Squash star joins elite squad

Coming from a small town like Oamaru gives Liam Direen plenty to play for when he takes on competitors from bigger centres. The St Kevin's...
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