A search for a missing North Otago man was called off last night and will resume this morning.
A sense of pride in another group’s culture was what secured North Otago’s link to its past.
They were pulled loose from a stony paddock beside the Waitaki River and now the massive collection of stone tools has become a jewel in North Otago’s crown.
Oamaru police want to identify this man and the driver of a BMW involved in recent incidents.
It all began with a dance, and tomorrow Oamaru couple Laurie and Avis Tempero will celebrate 60 years of marriage.
The deliberate release of thousands of fish from a Twizel salmon farm has cost the business thousands of dollars and more negative effects could follow.
The ''disappointing'' attack on a salmon farm net in Twizel means the loss of thousands of dollars, the farm's owner says.
The administrators of an Oamaru Facebook group used for illegal fish sales said they would welcome any advancement in technology to help them screen users to stop the site being used...
The Maritime New Zealand investigation into the sinking of Jane Marie in February is over.
The massive Hunter Downs irrigation scheme has failed to gain the numbers to proceed in its current state.
About $40,000 worth of cigarettes were stolen from a Palmerston shop and thousands of dollars' worth from a Maheno garage yesterday.
The sentence handed down to two North Otago brothers for an assault on a Japanese-speaking man has been criticised as ''light'', by the Japanese Family Society of Queenstown.
Today marks what could be a significant change in national emergency response services.
The Waitaki District Council could have been better prepared for the Easter rainfall in Moeraki, a resident says.
A father and daughter have been convicted of selling fish illegally through the Oamaru buy, sell and exchange Facebook page.
The man killed in an accident in the Mackenzie Basin early on Tuesday was a keen snowboarder, a loved friend and a part of the Lake Ohau Alpine Village community.
Rows of white crosses in memory of New Zealanders who died fighting a war on the other side of the world drove home to Waitaki deputy mayor Melanie Tavendale the importance of preserving peace.
Men must be taught that it is OK to express grief and be given support when they are recovering from trauma, a Salvation Army chaplain says.
The problematic Oamaru rest-home Rendell on Reed may become a motel.
The race for the top operational chair at the Waitaki District Council is entering its final stages.