After two days creating a mural in Oamaru’s town centre, artists (from left) Dave Kingan, Al Bell, Philina den Dulk, Matthew Wicks and Luzette Crossan are ready for the next challenge.
A fallen soldier has been remembered with new life, thanks to his great-great-great nephew and niece.
Business South has created a new role in Waitaki to ‘‘support and elevate’’ business across the district.
An Oamaru bartender entered no plea when he appeared in court this week on charges of raping and indecently assaulting a female under 16.
After retracing Janet Frame’s steps for almost a decade, Lynley Caldwell is stepping in a new direction.
Over the next 30 years, Oamaru, Weston and Kakanui’s population is expected to grow by about 4400 people.
Whitestone Contracting Ltd’s past financial year is one its leaders are not ‘‘totally happy with’’, chairman Michael de Buyzer says.
For former world women’s shearing record holder Jills Angus Burney the Waimate Shears has played a unique role in her decorated career.
Between a rock and a hard place. That's how historian Helen Stead feels about the state of the Oamaru Railway Station.
A North Otago woman who poisoned her child while he was in hospital may yet be locked up, after the Crown appealed her sentence.
A North Otago man was airlifted to hospital yesterday after accidentally shooting himself in the leg.
An overwhelming majority of people who made submissions on the Network Waitaki ownership review want consumer trust ownership of the electricity lines company to continue.