Otago woman Michelle Ruddenklau says she was "blown away" to
be recognised as Aoraki Polytechnic's tutor of the year.
A seriously-injured North Otago man walked several kilometres
to get help yesterday after his tractor rolled six or seven
times about 100m down a steep bank on farmland near Weston.
The marble altar from the chapel at Teschemakers is heading
to the Holy Name Church in Dunedin, according to a Catholic
An application for consent to remove five stained glass
windows from the historic Teschemakers chapel, in the grounds
of the former Catholic boarding school, has led two North
Otago men to call for the chapel to be left intact.
About 200 fish were salvaged yesterday by Fish and Game staff
as the Pukaki and Ohau hydro canals were drained this week
While graffiti can get some young people into trouble, Oamaru
teenager Jesse Geary candidly admits it has had the opposite
effect on him.
Ken Mitchell believes everyone in Oamaru should have a go at
carving Oamaru stone.
Twenty-two years ago, the Turner family bought land just east
of Kurow to plant grapes.
"Tomorrow as it used to be" is the catch phrase for a
spectacular steampunk exhibition which opens at the Forrester
Five Forks School went to the dogs yesterday - and to the
lambs, calves, fish, chooks and pigs.
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