Forrester Gallery director Warwick Smith has won the individual achievement award at Museums A
Waitaki MP Jacqui Dean fears a new timetable for Oamaru's air service will not suit the travel requirements of the North Otago district.
A jet-boat which flipped near Lake Tekapo on Monday, injuring four people, was driven in a river braid which was too shallow, police say.
An innovative programme, aimed at reducing drink-driving in the Waitaki district, might be tried in other areas if a six-month trial proves successful. Sally Rae checks on its progress.
About 120 boats took to the water on Saturday for the Waianakarua Lions' annual Moeraki offshore fishing competition.
Summit Wool Spinners and two unions have negotiated a nine-day fortnight arrangement, involving an employer wage top-up, which will save up to 57 jobs if an application made to the Government on Thursday is successful.
A young Aura James had every intention of going to England, until she went to a dance and met her future husband.
A special assembly at Waitaki Valley School on Thursday was described by board of trustees chairman John Watherston as an "exciting but sad occasion".
Waitaki Boys High School is going through a revival in its athletics fortunes - largely due to the efforts of young sprinter Blair Grant.
Representatives of the Gemmells Crossing camp will meet Waitaki MP Jacqui Dean next week to discuss its proposed increase in rates from $1621 to $14,552.
It is decision day today for the elephant in the Oamaru Public Gardens.
Since taking up rowing two seasons ago, Oamaru twins Caitlin and Jo Kearney - dubbed the "Evers-Swin-Kearneys" - have made a name for themselves in the sport.
Waitaki ratepayers facing the likelihood of huge rate increases next year - including residents of the two Waitaki River camps - are being told it is about fairness and equity.
"Thievery" is how one home owner describes the huge hike in proposed Waitaki District Council rates at two fishing camps on the south side of the Waitaki River.
Summit Wool Spinners may move to nine-hour shifts, starting from April 29, if a proposal presented to staff yesterday is accepted.
Police are pleased with the response to a request for information following an incident in which two young Oamaru women were hit by a truck on Thames Highway last weekend.
Lamb is back on the menu at Totara Estate - 127 years after the first shipment of meat from the estate was sent to Port Chalmers to be shipped frozen to the United Kingdom.
A woman was flown to Dunedin Hospital this morning, in a critical condition, after being hit by a truck on Thames Highway at the northern end of Oamaru.