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
'Reasonably experienced' pilot killed in North Otago glider crash
Road madness in Mackenzie over holiday weekend
Crusaders hail rookies after big win over the Reds in Brisbane
'Last time I heard a crowd like that we had the Ranfurly Shield back in '74'
Canterbury paceman Ed Nuttall takes two early Auckland wickets
Tom Walsh forced to pull out of the Big Shot duel with Jacko Gill
Timaru police notebook: February 8, 2016
Waimate Centennial School class sizes lowered to help students achieve
Merivale Fine Arts makes comeback from illness in re-shaped world of fine art
Hobby beekeepers are leading the surge in bee hive numbers
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