The Waikouaiti Rodeo Club is preparing to paint the town pink
When Doe Arnot was in her early 20s, she bought a second-hand
spinning wheel and spun some very lumpy yarn which she
knitted into a jersey.
The Beattie sisters were born to ride. The Otago trio were
riding horses before they could walk and, in one case, before
she was born.
Danny Hunia has come a long way from playing pool on a table
on a beer crate in the garage.
Robyn Couper has arrived in Haiti ahead of a team of three
physiotherapists who arrive on Saturday as part of Project
HHH - Hearts and Hands for Haiti.
Barge rides on the Waihao River on Saturday proved popular
with those attending celebrations at the nearby Waihao marae.
After a career in planning in local government spanning just
over 35 years, Jack Chandra is calling it quits.
First a gallery, then an ice cream manufacturing business -
Shaun Osborne has big plans for Oamaru's historic precinct.
When 18 chickens are being cooked for dinner, you know there
is a fairly large crowd to cater for.
When it comes to cricket, it's a double act for North Otago
siblings Lachlan and Alice Kingan.
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