Business South has created a new role in Waitaki to ‘‘support and elevate’’ business across the district.
In the end, there was a very clear mandate for the Waitaki Power Trust to retain the status quo.
You cannot put a value on a priceless view, Friends of Oamaru Harbour members say.
Over the next 30 years, Oamaru, Weston and Kakanui’s population is expected to grow by about 4400 people.
It is a simple gesture that means a lot.
An overwhelming majority of people who made submissions on the Network Waitaki ownership review want consumer trust ownership of the electricity lines company to continue.
There are a lot of things Gerard Quinn will miss about Waitaki.
Two Canada geese waddle through Oamaru’s Jones Park yesterday morning. The park is named after George Jones, who owned the Oamaru Mail for 44 years.
The Oamaru and Waitaki Visitor Centre is on the move.
The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic cannot solely be blamed for a drop in Waitaki residents’ satisfaction with their council, a district councillor says.
Centennial Park hits the mark for more than 90% of submitters on the location of the proposed Waitaki Event Centre.
Getting people to hospital within the ‘‘golden hour’’ is critical, Jim Jerram says.
New Zealand has a landfill crisis and is ready for waste-to-energy technology, the man behind a plan to build a multimillion-dollar energy plant near Waimate says.
Forrester Heights should not be given up for the ‘‘construction of a few mansions for rich Aucklanders’’, Friends of Oamaru Harbour co-ordinator Vicki Jayne says.
If a decision to opt in or out of the Government’s Three Waters reform had to be made today, the Waitaki District Council would be opting out, Mayor Gary Kircher says.
Oamaru police are investigating a spate of burglaries at rural properties, and have issued a reminder to farmers to lock up their property.
Oamaru will always have a special place in Bridget Harding’s heart. The Auckland artist talks to Rebecca Ryan about forging a career that fulfills her creative side.
A petition has been launched calling for more transparency from the Waitaki District Council in its promotion of the district.
After pledging $5m to the Waitaki Event Centre anonymously, Doug and Donna Hurst have now come forward to encourage everyone in the Waitaki district to help create a "wonderful legacy for the community".
The Waitaki Girls’ High School boarding hostel centenary celebrations are going to be like the Tokyo Olympic Games, organising committee member Libby Johnston says.