The Oamaru Opera House has been named the top venue in a smaller centre in New Zealand by Arts on Tour NZ.
Oamaru's 1882 public art gallery will be closed for at least the rest of the year after toxic mould was discovered during maintenance work.
Nigel Wilson would have ''run a mile'' from the attention last night, his sister says.
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. But it always pays to "keep it fresh".
Oamaru's Christmas tree has been put up in Thames St.
Waitaki Valley wines are officially on the map.
Paying to park in Oamaru just got easier.
A business case for the Waitaki Whitestone Geopark will show investors in the proposed Unesco geopark what they are in for.
When a two-time Commonwealth Games gold medallist boxer talks about high-performance training, it pays to listen.
After more than two years, the North Otago Museum's front doors will reopen to the public next year.
Waitaki's recycling park has been bailed out of ''dire'' financial straits.
Waitaki Mayor Gary Kircher has praised the community and district council staff for getting through the worst of Oamaru’s water woes at the weekend.
When Oamaru’s historic precinct expanded to include much of the town’s central business district last year, it was Heather Bauchop’s Heritage New Zealand review report that backed the change.
The Waitaki District Council will ease the water restrictions for about 15,000 people on the Oamaru water supply from noon today.
Several rare Otago shag chicks died this week after being blown off their nests on Sumpter Wharf in last week’s storm.
Scrapping parking meters from Oamaru’s central business district would not only alleviate council concerns over faulty machines, it would help businesses in Lower Thames St, Waitaki district...
This weekend about 15,000 people on the Oamaru water supply could run out of treated water.
About 15,000 people on the Oamaru water supply are cruising towards a boil water advisory as users of the supply apparently flouted a conserve water notice yesterday.
Efforts to reduce the terrible stench produced by gulls in the middle of Oamaru appear to be working.
After police stopped a vehicle in Oamaru North yesterday the male passenger was found to have two warrants for his arrest.