"Have none for the road" has been chosen as the catchphrase for the Waitaki Road Safety drinking, don’t drive campaign.
An Oamaru woman was informed she might lose her leg after being struck by a vehicle and pinned beneath it in a Mitre 10 carpark.
Do you want dogs in Thames St? At present you will be fined $300 if you are caught walking your pooch in the main street, or any of the other prohibited areas in Waitaki.
The cause of a fire that threatened a house in Oamaru last month is undetermined, a Fire and Emergency New Zealand spokesperson says.
An independent Oamaru supermarket has opened a second store 200m from Countdown, but the owner says he has no intention to compete with the giant.
The Oamaru Bridge Club awarded Frances Sheehy a life membership when it met for its 60th AGM last Thursday.
It may not be a hot August night nor a September morn, but the sounds of Neil Diamond will echo nonetheless.
Weston School’s new kitchen classroom is delivered to the grounds on Tuesday morning while excited pupils watch from the monkey bars.
Playing in the streets with your neighbours is a pastime that was thought to be lost in the year 2023, but Sport Waitaki is bringing it back.
Thousands of toys have found a new home after Oamaru’s inaugural Toyarama, which organisers say "couldn’t have been more crowded".
Reviving the Christmas Carols in the Gardens event at the Oamaru Gardens will be a timely injection of joy, hope, love and peace, organisers say.
The last citizenship ceremony of the year in Oamaru has celebrated the growing diversity of the region.
This week Oamaru Mail reporter Wyatt Ryder talks to Palmerston’s Hato Hone St John Ambulance station volunteer leader, Tania Bungard, who was recognised with a Citizens' Award for her eleven...