Work has begun on a new library at Waitaki Girls' High School.
An Oamaru historian has voiced his displeasure at damage to historic lime kilns at Enfield.
A night of table-tennis in Oamaru in 1950 changed everything for Ray Gibb.
While this season's crop has not been the best for North Otago Jersey benne potato growers, there's still enough product to meet local demand.
Festive dinner under threat
Tractor retires to the good life
Sisters united after 59 year wait
Ruby Ruin tempts dancers
Wallabies in turmoil while Ferns in slump
Late cricket umpire honoured
Oamaru film hits big screen
Axed funding jeopardises 'farmer fatigue' study
Dogs 'biggest threat' to penguins
Spare room on wheels
Lake Tekapo Footbridge closed while finishing touches applied
Fairlie house 'completely destroyed' by fire
Synthetic cannabis supplier boasted of running South Canterbury 'synnie game'
Not guilty plea in fatal Hakataramea crash case
Two people charged with concealing dead body of a child
Caroline Bay labelled 'scary' and 'intimidating' after assault
Second four-figure breath test result in Timaru 'very concerning'
Increased police presence on South Canterbury roads through summer
Sexual violence and consent up for discussion during White Ribbon Day
Timaru police notebook: November 25, 2015
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