Otago shags do not start a new colony with just a few nests.
The Waitaki District Council’s community and culture committee has baulked at spending $20,000 of the council’s Whitestone Contracting Ltd dividend on a feasibility study for a "community hub" in...
Ashburton twins Wendy Watson and Rose Johnson are just as competitive on the putting green as they are on the bowling green.
Oamaru's historic courthouse may have officially been reopened last week, but exactly when court services will resume there is still unknown.
A long line of people waited outside Oamaru Sports and Outdoors yesterday to register for the annual kids fishing day.
A woman has been airlifted to hospital with moderate injures after she fell while cycling the Alps 2 Ocean trail this morning.
Excavators have started building a causeway in the first stage of dredging Oamaru Harbour, expected to last a month.
Asked to draw what makes her happy, Julia Codyre (5), of Timaru, draws her mum at the Oamaru Library yesterday.
A Palmerston resident says the proposed site of a motor caravan dump station at Palmerston is not safe for motorists and is questioning why it is located in a 100kmh speed limit area.
Oamaru police have identified a group of people they believe can help them with their inquiries after a rock was thrown at a train, smashing a window and injuring the driver.
Harbour St in Oamaru’s heritage quarter is likely to be pedestrian-only for fewer hours each weekend this summer.
Drawing the ward maps in the Waitaki district could have unintended consequences for some ratepayers.
Dredging work at Oamaru Harbour is set to start today or tomorrow, the Waitaki District Council has confirmed.
A motor caravan dump station proposed for Palmerston has been criticised by a gathering of local residents who oppose the location selected by the Waitaki District Council.
New Zealand won the transtasman blade shearing test and the New Zealand woolhandling champion won his third consecutive title at the Waimate Shears on Saturday.
Overcome with grief, Scott Tomlinson implored people to "hug your kids every day" and tell their husband or wife and children "you love them", as he farewelled his wife and son yesterday.
Emily Fuluasou helps Charlotte Elliott (10, left) and Lesieli Halalele (11), all of Oamaru, make ano (balls) at the Oamaru Library during Tuvaluan Language Week on Friday.
A KiwiRail driver suffered minor injuries yesterday after a rock, thrown through the window of his locomotive, struck him in the face.