Alastair McPhail CMG OBE has had quite the life. The former Waitaki Boys’ High School pupil served as the head of the team charged with supporting the Sudan peace agreement, worked on the northern...
Who says one person can't singlehandedly win a war?
When you have waited 10 years for a video game, or the next Game of Thrones book, the only real question you want an answer to is: Is it any good?
It’s Christmas time, but who cares about mistletoe and wine? Games are the best gift of all, and HaydenMeikle picks out a few options for the Christmas stocking.
Nigel Walsh hopes to turn Lochore Cup success into Meads Cup glory when he takes over as coach of the North Otago rugby team next year.
Major changes could be in store for Oamaru's historic precinct.
Remasters, revivals, collections — they are all the rage in gaming. Publishers know there’s money to be made from going back to a successful product, and gamers ...
Di Gibb has no idea how many team-mates she has had or how many times she has put a netball through a net.
North Otago held on for a 30-22 win over Thames Valley in the Heartland Championship game in Oamaru today.
Schoolboy winger Simon Lilicama will be among nine players in the starting XV on debut for North Otago in the opening round of the Heartland Championship tomorrow.
An Australian loose forward and an Otago cricketer are two of the intriguing newcomers in the North Otago squad for the Heartland Championship campaign.
Few areas of the Oamaru community have been transformed by the Tongan influx quite like rugby. The sport has brought hundreds of young Tongan men to the town in the past 20 years, and the local...
Writing this review is a bit like playing this game. I don't know where to start.
Maheno completed an extraordinary resurgence with victory in one of the great Citizens Shield club rugby finals in Oamaru today.
Defending champions Old Boys and resurgent Maheno will meet in the North Otago club rugby final next Saturday.
Kurow relinquished home advantage for the Citizens Shield semifinals with a 36-22 loss to an impressive Valley team in the final round of North Otago club rugby today.
Waitaki Boys' High School claimed Oamaru First XV bragging rights for the first time since 2012 with a 19-8 win over St Kevin's College today.
Eight years in gaming is an absolute eternity. Hence, it is always an odd feeling when a game follow-up lands so long after the original made a minor splash.
The Highlanders delighted their North Otago fans with a 40-12 win over the Crusaders in Oamaru today.
It was tight-forward weather at Whitestone Contracting Stadium but all the buzz was created by the inside backs.