Sally Rae

Courtney off kayaking overseas

Courtney off kayaking overseas

Courtney Kerin is living her dream.

Waitaki event developer knew the job would suit her perfectly

Waitaki event developer knew the job would suit her perfectly

When Jan Kennedy saw an advertisement for an event development officer in the Waitaki district, she thought, "That's my job."

Boys show appetite for trouble

Boys show appetite for trouble

Two Oamaru boys have been referred to police youth aid after eating and drinking their way through about $180 worth of products at The Warehouse in Oamaru over the past week.

Windows in new settings

Windows in new settings

Two stained glass windows from the now closed St Magnus Presbyterian Church in Duntroon have found new homes.

From slaughter-board to plant manager

From slaughter-board to plant manager

When Geoff Proctor started work at the Pukeuri freezing works, he had just turned 16 and was fresh out of school. Fast-forward 28 years and Mr Proctor (44) has gone from being on the slaughter-board to running the plant.

End of era for Whitestone Contracting chief

End of era for Whitestone Contracting chief

When Lawrence Hardy walks out the door of Whitestone Contracting's Deborah office on Christmas Eve, it will mark the end of a long career.

World beneath her wings

World beneath her wings

Abbey Delore reckons gliding is the best way to see New Zealand.

Young glider pilot hopes for first solo flight

Young glider pilot hopes for first solo flight

At 13, Matthew Mesman is too young to get his driver's licence - but he can fly a glider.

Adventurers return home

Adventurers Steve Gurney and Steve Moffatt have completed their journey from Aoraki/Mt Cook to the east coast, following in the footsteps of 1890 mountaineers Marmaduke Dixon and George Mannering.

Market gets go-ahead

A farmers' market will open in Oamaru next spring in conjunction with Rugby World Cup celebrations.