Job all about the people

The Oamaru Mail is delighted to introduce readers to its newest reporter, Ashley Smyth. She...

Mitre 10 set to open early August

Oamaru's long-awaited Mitre 10 Mega store is taking shape. The official opening of the the company's...

Memorial oak marks 100 years

Most people don't know the historical significance of the mighty oak tree that stands outside...

Side hustles funnel her passion

From 9am to 5pm, Becky Dennison is a social worker. But outside those hours, she...

Regular, new donors urged to give blood

Blood donations are as necessary as ever, and Waitaki residents are encouraged to donate when...

Novel promotion helping Kiwis

A luxury Oamaru lodge is asking travellers to name their own price to stay. Pen-y-bryn Lodge...

Racing to continue at Oamaru

Racing will return to the Oamaru Racecourse next season, although other tracks face uncertain futures. The...

Catering for diverse wants, needs

In these uncertain times, we councillors have had to change our usual focus to respond...

Embracing a new beginning

Welcome to Level 2, Waitaki - the lockdown is over! Cafes, bars and restaurants have...

Silver lining in Games’ delay

For many athletes, news the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games had been postponed until 2021 was heartbreaking. But Waimate cyclist Holly Edmondston is looking on the...

Golfers get it out of system

Lower Waitaki Golf Club secretary Ian Moore's phone rang "red hot" when New Zealand moved to Alert Level 3. Golf was one of the first...

Uncertainty over sport at Level 2

Details around how winter sports in North Otago can start in Alert Level 2 are still being developed. Community sport can only resume in Level...

Docherty, Taylor take top honours

Oamaru rowers Logan Docherty and Mark Taylor were the cream of the crop at the Otago Rower of the Year Awards last week. of the...
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