Hospitality will soon be offered again at Oamaru’s Criterion Hotel.
Teachers will soon have a new catch-cry: "Soil your undies".
Oceania Dairy Ltd has welcomed the decision by Environment Canterbury commissioners to let it build a 7.5km pipeline to send treated wastewater into the sea near its Glenavy milk factory.
The Otago Field Days are moving back to their original site at the Palmerston Showgrounds.
Oceania Dairy Ltd is allowed to build a 7.5km pipeline to send treated wastewater into the sea near its Glenavy milk factory.
Oamaru's historic Meeks Mill will be strengthened before being fitted out for its 17th decade.
A hundred jobs will soon be offered by Oamaru’s biggest employer, the Alliance Group Pukeuri meat processing plant.
Rural contractors are facing a frantic season without their usual supply of migrant labour.
Alliance Group will be looking for about 100 employees for its third lamb chain when it resumes at the end of September or early October, subject to livestock availability.
The Otago Field Days have risen phoenix-like from the ashes of the Covid-19 situation.
A video of a former Waitaki Boys’ High School pupil talking about his experience of contracting Covid-19 gives a new depth of meaning to “going viral”.
Landowners alongside the lower Waitaki River believe Meridian Energy, not them, should fund erosion repairs in 13 places down the river.
Otago Regional Council staff went on a series of field trips
Relatives of a Weston man killed during construction of the Deborah rail underpass 84 years ago want to find out more about him.
Makikihi farmer Colin Hurst is the new national chairman of Federated Farmers’ arable section.
An unseasonably balmy day helped to show North Otago’s Fossil Creek Angus bulls to their best advantage on Thursday.
A Palmerston ploughman who has fostered his craft across the world is now a member of the New Zealand Order of Merit.
Oamaru rest-home staff are urging residents’ families to be tolerant of Covid-19 Level 2 restrictions that limit their visits.
The magnet on Colin Gibson’s fridge says “I thought growing old would take longer”.
Wallabies have been marketed as a cute local attraction in Waimate, but farmers curse the day they crossed the Ditch.