Jo Walshe loves her chooks.
In fact, the secondary school teacher likes nothing better
than coming home from work and feeding her feathered friends.
Waimate war hero Eric Batchelor - aptly described as "an
ordinary extraordinary person" - was farewelled yesterday
with military pomp and ceremony.
It's the simple things in life that now count for Hampden man
John Shaw - like smelling the roses and walking on the beach.
Waimate Mayor John Coles is seeking his third term.
Newly appointed Network Waitaki director Danny Hailes will
resign from the position in December, before taking up a new
job in Invercargill.
The social needs of the Waimate community will be explored
over the next three years.
Feeding sheep on the family farm at Kia Ora, in North Otago,
will be one of the main chores today for Grant McNaughton.
A trip to England two years ago has led to a new business
venture for Waianakarua couple Graeme and Henrietta Purvis -
When Graham Hill became involved with St John Waitaki in
Kurow, he never thought he would still be there 39 years
Motorists running red and amber lights in Oamaru this month
run the risk of being caught on police video.
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