Three potential developers have been identified as accommodation providers at Oamaru’s waterfront.
The Waitaki District Council is well placed to take a few "adventurous" steps, its new chief executive says.
Remaining artefacts at Awamoa Foreshore Reserve near Oamaru are to stay in situ in accordance with Te Runanga o Moeraki wishes.
Tender documents for the redevelopment of Oamaru’s historic courthouse are being worked on and are due to be sent out soon.
Tourism movers and shakers gathered at Vanished World on Saturday to discuss the Duntroon historical specialist attraction’s future.
Former Cantabrian Joyce Lomax (88) is one of the first people to live in Oamaru’s newest retirement facilities.
This summer a popular Waitaki camping spot could be used by locals the way it once was.
Dunedin and Oamaru Presbyterian Support rest-home workers look set to take industrial action and others around the region may follow.
Oamaru dancer Meghan McCorkindale teaches dance at her Itchen St studio this week.
About 80 people attended a public meeting at the Blind Foundation Hall in Oamaru last night over Labour’s plans to tackle water-quality issues and introduce a water royalty.
Licked to consciousness by his dog, a North Otago farm contractor spent the next nine hours trapped in a paddock calling for help on Thursday night.
On the last day of the festival, people will be encouraged to take to their bikes to celebrate art.
A cornerstone of Oamaru’s homegrown arts scene, the Oamaru Stone Symposium will this year run throughout the inaugural Waitaki Arts Festival.
The Waitaki Arts Festival’s "Made in the Waitaki" is a celebration of Oamaru’s established arts community.
The Waitaki Arts Festival — three weeks of events, exhibitions and performances drawn from all over New Zealand — starts on Tuesday, the hope being it will set the stage for future festivals....
The North Otago Irrigation Company is pressure-testing the "top half" of its stage 2 expansion.
The Waitaki Irrigators Collective believes Labour’s water policy could lead to a growing rural-urban divide and the loss of millions of dollars from the Waitaki and Waimate districts.
A North Otago sheep farm uses a mixture of the old-fashioned and new-fangled at lambing time.
A Lincoln University student already showing plenty of initiative has been awarded the 2017 North Otago Federated Farmers-ANZ rural tertiary scholarship.
A near collision between a boy and a mobility scooter in Oamaru this week has prompted police to remind scooter users they don't own the footpath.