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Print of historic streetscape a challenge

Print of historic streetscape a challenge

Oamaru's historic Harbour St has been recreated - in an upstairs room at the Forrester Gallery.

Teschemakers altar report spurs appeal for support

Teschemakers altar report spurs appeal for support

Oamaru writer Nathalie Brown is urgently seeking support for the retention of the marble altar in the Teschemakers chapel.

Outcry over decision to remove altar

Outcry over decision to remove altar

Susie Scott says she will "go down kicking" trying to prevent the removal of the marble altar from the Teschemakers chapel - a move she describes as desecration of an "incredibly beautiful building".

One vital element missing

One vital element missing

At Enfield Play Group, there's plenty of toys and plenty of resources - it's just lacking children.

Merino shearing event cancelled

The Waitaki Mackenzie Merino Shears has been cancelled.

Damaged bridge reopens

Damaged bridge reopens

Bradshaws bridge, near Waimate, has reopened to restricted traffic.

National show a chance for fanciers to rule the roost

National show a chance for fanciers to rule the roost

Birds are a bug for Sandra Thompson. Ask how many are in aviaries at her Oamaru home and the answer is succinct - "pass".

Street racing returning with a roar

Street racing returning with a roar

The Waimate 50 is back.

Masquerade parade a hit

Masquerade parade a hit

From superheroes to lions, skeletons to Queen Victoria, there were a wide variety of masks featured at Oamaru's midwinter masquerade on Saturday night.

Response pleases irrigation company

Response pleases irrigation company

Lower Waitaki Irrigation Company chairman Chris Dennison is encouraged by the interest shown in extending the delivery of water.