The grandstand at the North Otago Showgrounds in Oamaru got a facelift courtesy of Dulux yesterday.
A final but flexible plan for water management in the lower Waitaki River and Waimate district has been made public by the community committee which prepared it.
The Wajax rural firefighting competition will return to where it all began tomorrow, as teams from Otago and Southland converge on Omarama to battle for firefighting supremacy.
Cyclist Dylan Kennett was lauded as the star of the Waitaki sports awards at the Oamaru Opera House on Monday night.
Constable Nayland Smith issued a speeding ticket on average every 12 minutes during an intermittent three-week period monitoring motorists driving past Omarama School.
A Waitaki business leader says more should be done in North Otago to attract businesses affected by the Christchurch earthquakes.
Waitaki Boys' High School deputy rector John Mattisson has a wheel-clamp - and he is not afraid to use it.
Almost 30km of track has been completed on the Alps 2 Ocean Cycle Trail.
Footwear from around the world features in an exhibition at the North Otago Museum as Race Relations Day on March 21 approaches.
The New Zealand Historic Places Trust (NZHPT) has announced the Harvest Home event, held annually at Totara Estate south of Oamaru since 2004, will not be held this year as it is not economically viable.
Ultrafast broadband is coming to Oamaru, with the announcement telecommunications infrastructure company Chorus will break new ground in the town.
Waitaki Girls' High School (WGHS) principal Lynlee Smith has resigned after five years in charge of the school, to become principal of Fiordland College in Te Anau.
About 200 competitors braved the elements during the Oamaru triathlon and duathlon yesterday.
Emma Paton looks like a sweet, innocent young blonde woman, but watch out when she faces you across the table tennis table.
Pukeuri man David Marchant has made a prelude to a motorcycle out of a Prelude.
Another theft of tools and equipment has been reported in the Oamaru area.
The Waitaki District Council has announced a public seminar to discuss the district's position following the Christchurch earthquakes.
Celebrated New Zealand short story writer and novelist Owen Marshall will be guest tutor at the Janet Frame Eden Street Trust's writing workshop on March 24.
He has no Scottish ancestry and is the only person in his family to play the pipes.
Oamaru has again proved it is hip to be square.