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  • Events centre work starts in ‘next few months’

    A contract has been signed for the Oamaru’s new events centre and work will start ‘‘in the next few months’’, the council says.

  • Appeal target exceeded

    The Salvation Army has just completed its annual Red Shield Appeal week nationwide and Waitaki locals have given generously.

  • Holiday inspires new life

    QMaddy: Can you please tell us why and when you came to New Zealand?

  • Green lessons for Papakaio pupils

    Papakaio school pupils are going green.

  • Initiative helping youth employment

    There are so many issues happening at the moment, I am spoilt for choice on what I should write about. Many of them are challenges that appear to be accumulating faster than they can be solved, but at times like these, I think it’s also important to focus on some of the positives. So I am choosing today to talk about our Mayors’ Taskforce for Jobs youth employment initiative.

  • Kazakhstan beckons WGHS pupil

    Kazakhstan is calling.

  • Band try out some new gear

    Six60 band members (from left) Matiu Walters, Ji Fraser and Chris Mac try on the Weston Volunteer Fire Brigade’s gear in the Four Square carpark before their Oamaru show.

  • Cake, model imitate Six60 flat

    Local people were seeing double outside a Weston grocery store last Friday. Kiwi band Six60 were in town as part of the group’s Grassroots Tour and a replica of their now-famous Dunedin flat was next to the store, along with a cake replica of the flat, made by a Weston cake business.

  • Fire restrictions revoked

    People in coastal Waitaki no longer need approval to light a fire outdoors.

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