The Ministry of Education "owes" Fenwick Primary School "at least one classroom", the school’s principal says.
The trust formed to protect the "extremely iconic and valuable" land in the Ohau, Mackenzie and Omarama basins is ready to put boots on the ground, its chairwoman says.
How it is decided whether to publicly notify a consent application in the Waitaki district will require further discussion, Waitaki Mayor Gary Kircher says.
The Mackenzie District Council expects a seamless switch when current planning and regulations manager Suzette van Aswegen assumes the council’s top job in November.
Those who take part in the Oamaru Stone Symposium make it what it is, site manager Matt King says.
Losing people he liked to organ traffickers motivated Danny Steel to do something to combat poverty.
Negotiations are back on between Care union members and employers Presbyterian Support Otago.
Police are calling two motorists lucky after they walked away from open-road crashes on Thursday.
A replacement for outgoing Tourism Waitaki general manager Jason Gaskill could be named before Christmas.
People from Oamaru’s Pacific communities are being urged to immunise against mumps after an outbreak of the virus in the North Otago town.
A small cluster of mumps cases in Oamaru appears to be contained.
Australian ensemble The 7 Sopranos prepare to perform on the opening night of the Waitaki Arts Festival yesterday.
Waitaki Mayor Gary Kircher has been told the NZ Transport Agency will not remove the memorial to Dunedin man Riley Baker at Shag Point.
The first water of the North Otago Irrigation Company's $57million pipeline expansion was turned on at a Weston farm yesterday.
Oamaru police are investigating a second attempted child abduction in less than four weeks.
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.