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Tour timing perfect for Hereford fan

Tour timing perfect for Hereford fan

South American Hereford enthusiast Juan Andres Nin was thrilled to discover the national Hereford herd tour coincided with his working holiday in New Zealand.

Interest in bridge timber

No decision has yet been made on what will happen to the timber from the historic twin bridges at Kurow once they are demolished.

Zapping around New Zealand - at 50kmh

Zapping around New Zealand - at 50kmh

Meet the Zapps.

Herman and Candelaria Zapp and their children, Pampa, Tehue, Paloma and Wallaby, are not your conventional family.

Saturday mail to stop

Omarama businessman Craig Dawson is disappointed at a decision to discontinue Saturday mail delivery to PostCentre agencies in the upper Waitaki Valley from May.

Beautiful bovines grace art gallery

Beautiful bovines grace art gallery

Indoor cow "farming" has come to Thames St.

Books to help Aids orphans

Books to help Aids orphans

African-born Getrude Matshe was in Oamaru yesterday to pick up a very special consignment of books.

Variety of boats on show at regatta

Variety of boats on show at regatta

The Oamaru harbour regatta was held at Friendly Bay yesterday.

Heritage outfitting a bargain

Heritage outfitting a bargain

When it comes to old-fashioned fashion, Pamela Lee knows all the tricks of the trade.

Art from junk

Art from junk

Nancy Bell's plans to build a cow were scotched when she could not find all the necessary parts to make the head and body.

Services to Waimate recognised

Services to Waimate recognised

The voluntary community service of four Waimate district residents has been recognised by the Waimate District Council at its first civic awards.