This Otago town is taking its battle against a winged invasion of its CBD to the Beehive.
Methamphetamine has become a "scourge" on the Waitaki district, mayor Gary Kircher says.
Waitaki District Libraries kairuruku o tikangarua Lisa Potaka Ross calls out te reo Maori words at bingo/whare whare yesterday. Ms Ross created the activity to allow people of all ages to come and...
Maheno farmer Doug Brown is urging people to lock up their dogs at night after 12 of his lambs were killed earlier this week.
Canterbury gave the restricted crowd at Rugby Park more reasons to cheer in its Ranfurly Shield defence against North Otago yesterday, but the loudest support was for the Old Golds when Josh...
Players can get to the professional level, chase the dollar and live the dream. But for some, it is all about playing with your mates and having fun. The Otago Daily Times talks to a couple of...
Daniel Shand says he does not know "anything about politics".
From Waimate to the world – Mairead Fox has managed to juggle careers as a nurse and florist, and has squeezed in a lot of travel over the past few years.
Pest-packed pies are proving popular at The Barn.
A spike in trailer thefts in North Otago has sparked a warning from police to lock them up.
A renewal of a relationship agreement between the Waitaki District Council and the Waitaha Taiwhenua o Waitaki Trust Board has been welcomed by both parties.
From shooting man-eating hippos and training lions to "act", to protecting endangered penguins from predators, North Otago man Peter Whitehead has covered a lot in his 97 years.
From North Otago farm girl to New Zealand fashion designer – Oamaru Mail reporter Gus Patterson finds out more about Auckland-based Tess McCone, who has just launched her own fashion label, Su’mar.
The St Kevin’s College First XV reclaimed the Leo O’Malley Trophy from Waitaki Boys’ High School in emphatic fashion yesterday with a record 56-15 win.
The St Kevin’s College First XV has notched a record 56-15 win over Waitaki Boys’ High School in their annual interschool clash today.
It was lucky a fire in the Wrinkly Rams in Omarama this morning was caught in time, its owner James Kerr says.
The "deplorable actions" of a group of youths have cast doubt on the future of one of the longest-running First XV rugby matches in the South, St Kevin’s College principal Paul Olsen says.
A streetlight in Maheno has been damaged by gunfire.
Oamaru’s two travel stores have closed their doors.
A pilot who reported engine failure while completing a patient transfer from Christchurch to Dunedin landed safely at Oamaru Airport yesterday.