Scott hoping it’s third time lucky

Oamaru writer Lisa Scott is a finalist in the 2019 Webstar Magazine Media Awards' Best...

Essential business engages with youth

Youth. They sure are different from how they used to be, right? It really wasn't long...

Sharing death experience stories

Katrina Kelly splits her working week between co-ordinating the North Otago Budget Advisory Service and...

Pupils’ recycled bin liners a hit

A waste product recycled to help with further waste disposal is the brainchild of five...

Luckily, someone stole my bike

I thought I was running out of topics for my monthly column, but what a...

Award success ‘team effort’

After their success at the Mid and South Canterbury Registered Master Builders 2019 House of...

Election nominations close today

Nominations close at noon today for the 2019 local government elections. Waitaki District Council deputy electoral...

Maintaining infrastructure major challenge

Last month, Mike Harrison started as the new roading manager for the Waitaki District Council....

Top report for school

Threatened with closure just a few years ago, Kakanui School has made a remarkable turnaround. While...

Lessons from loss

North Otago Development was beaten by South Canterbury Development 13-3 in Oamaru last Saturday. In miserable conditions at Whitestone Contracting Stadium,the scores were tied 3-3...

Challenge of refereeing appeals

It is often said refereeing is the loneliest job in sport. So it is lucky for Nick Webster he has a good crew to look...

Record entries for squash tournament

This year's Oamaru Squash and Badminton Club open squash tournament has attracted a record number of entries. Starting today, more than 100 players – 50...

Canoe polo champs back next year

Last weekend, the Waitaki Aquatic Centre hosted more than 500 competitors and their supporters – from as far away as Nelson and Invercargill –...
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