Some of Central Otago's burgeoning rabbit population is being
eaten by pets in North America, after two Canterbury men
established a mobile processing plant in the Mackenzie Basin,
Sally Rae reports.
When it comes to cricket, it's a double act for North Otago
siblings Lachlan and Alice Kingan.
Meridian Energy is continuing to spill water from the Waitaki
The Majic family of Wellington is having a magic time at the
Waitaki summer music camp in Oamaru this week.
A salmon farm is being proposed for Lake Waitaki, with those
behind it saying it will be a "huge opportunity" for the
A man who posed as a Pike River Coal mine employee to obtain
hospitality from people and gain their trust - before
stealing from them - has sent a public apology from his
Christchurch Men's Prison cell.
Yvonne Loader says she is "so glad" aviation found her.
"Like herding cats" is how Roy Edwards
describes the job of contest director for the national
Former prime minister Helen Clark has asked the United
Nations Development Programme to see what can be done to
assist Oamaru-based emergency relief initiative Project HHH.
A man claiming to be a Pike River coal
miner who allegedly stole from a North Otago family who
befriended him was arrested in Timaru yesterday, following a
tip from a member of the public.
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