Oamaru’s main football ground, Awamoa Park, was damaged after a vehicle was driven on it at the weekend, leaving muddy tyre tracks in its wake.
Connecting her mokopuna with their land is important to Marlene Skeet.
After more than 17 years at St Kevin’s College, Paul Olsen might be leaving but he isn’t going far.
"The fact we are having people being seriously injured, let alone dying, on our roads – that’s gut-wrenching."
The Fort Enfield is so much more than just a tavern – it’s the heart of the community, writes Kayla Hodge.
A lot can happen in 24 hours, as Angela Beesley Mackenzie well knows.
When Fergus Power walks out of his office today, it will be for the final time.
The Oamaru Whitestone Civic Trust is calling for the Waitaki District Council to put its money where its mouth is for its future heritage.
In the same way the Otago Central Rail Trail revitalised rural Otago, the Alps 2 Ocean Cycle Trail is becoming a beacon of hope for the Waitaki district, writes Kayla Hodge.
Shaping the future of teenagers can have a powerful impact.
When you're faced with a thousand negatives, there's always a positive to be found.
Paul Hope has been elevated to the top.
A Waitaki community board member has been granted extended leave to avoid triggering a third by-election this term.
The power of community has helped a missing Oamaru man return home.
Police have confirmed an Oamaru man has been found safe and well after he was reported missing at the weekend.
When Kate Webster took her two daughters along to a spin-a-thon fundraiser, she expected them to entertain themselves.
The repair bill for flood damage in the Waitaki is set to cost more than $1 million.
A plumber and a storage company owner have made an unlikely crime-fighting duo.
Emergency services personnel attend a single-vehicle crash in North Otago yesterday.
Two people suffered minor injuries after their car crashed and ended up the side of a North Otago road.