Bill Campbell

Community offers help for repairs

Moeraki residents are keen to work with the Moeraki liaison group, a subcommittee of the Waihemo Community Board and the board to help solve problems confronting the town.

Meeting 'last shot' to set up water scheme

Meeting 'last shot' to set up water scheme

The Waitaki District Council is meeting local farmers for what it says is a ''last shot'' to set up a water retention and irrigation scheme in the Shag Valley.

Show focusc on lifestyle blocks

The Palmerston and Waihemo A&P show committee is planning to develop a lifestyle-blocks emphasis at the 2015 Palmerston show.

Restored Dunedin cable car wins award

A Mornington cable car trailer that last ran on the High St cable car line in January 1957 has received a major award from the Federation of Railway Organisations of New Zealand, being named as the best restoration of a tramway vehicle for 2014.

New premises

New premises

Marilyn Muir, pictured outside ''Marilyn's Shop'' in the Palmerston town centre, which has reopened in the main street building occupied for 105 years by the Appleby family.

Happy anniversary

Happy anniversary

Palmerston St John staff and volunteers celebrated its first birthday with an open day on Sunday at the Palmerston St John station.

Change in water control

Governance of Waihemo water has been taken over, with little notice, by the Waihemo Community Board.

Dozen cycle trails for East Otago?

Dozen cycle trails for East Otago?

Twelve cycle trails are being planned around Palmerston.

School reopened

After a recent $230,000 refurbishment the Hampden School has been officially reopened by former principal Ann Coe, of Moeraki.

Mine tours may resume

Train and road tours for public viewing of the Oceana Gold mine at Macraes might resume for next summer.