Oamaru

Former policeman school’s new hostel manager

Former policeman school’s new hostel manager

A former New Zealand police detective sergeant with strong ties to Waitaki Boys' High School started the second term as the school's new hostel manager yesterday.

Irrigation delegates flood district

Irrigation delegates flood district

Probably the largest conference ever held in Oamaru begins today.

Former policeman school’s new hostel manager

Former policeman school’s new hostel manager

A former New Zealand police detective sergeant with strong ties to Waitaki Boys' High School started the second term as the school's new hostel manager yesterday.

Cheese-maker happy with the blues

Cheese-maker happy with the blues

Pursuing her goal of becoming a businesswoman in the highly competitive world of cheese-making has led Frenchwoman Pauline Treillard to Oamaru.

Bill might regulate shock herb

Bill might regulate shock herb The natural health ingredient believed to have caused an Oamaru woman to go into anaphylactic shock could be covered by legislation ‘‘currently being planned''.

Peacock remains at large, but no longer noisy

Out of sight and out of mind. South Hill's sometimes screaming peacock is still on the loose, but the bird is no longer noisy at night, nor disturbing residents.

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