When is a Turkey not a turkey?
Police are investigating an allegation of intimidation at the Shell Severn service station on Monday night.
Waitaki community safety officer Alison Banks has been granted $20,000 in government funding to develop and implement a graffiti eradication and education programme.
Nick Webster will be hoping his previous grand final experience will stand him in good stead for this year's National Bank Young Farmer Contest grand final.
Rooney Earthmoving Ltd has been acquitted on three charges relating to the death of a man in an irrigation trench on a North Otago farm two years ago.
Oamaru woman Shenna Collins is off to Mauritius in October as one of two New Zealand delegates for the Duke of Edinburgh's Award International Association's triennial International Gold Event.
A Russian folklore group will perform in South Canterbury and North Otago this month.
Auditions will be held in September for Oamaru's live history show The Great Storm of 1868.
Popular Kurow bus driver Indy Gard always knows when it's shearing time or when the chickens have hatched on properties in the Hakataramea Valley.
Young Oamaru snooker player Jason Todd says there are many opportunities in the sport but he cannot afford to take advantage of them.
Network Waitaki chairman Lindsay Malcolm and deputy chairwoman Clare Kearney have been reappointed as directors of the North Otago power lines company.
North Otago power lines company Network Waitaki has returned a net surplus after tax of $3.7 million for the financial year ending March 31.
Police were yesterday following a "positive line of inquiry" after Thursday's bomb scare in central Oamaru but no charges have been laid.