Thursday, 9 November 2017
Christmas at Friendly Bay Concert OAMARU
— The Bedford School of Music & Performing Arts Christmas at Friendly Bay Concert
The Bedford School of Music and Performing Arts NZ is putting on its annual Christmas at Friendly Bay concert on Nov 25 following the Christmas parade.
By The Bedford School Of Music Entertainment & Events
Monday, 6 February 2017
5 Spectacular years in Waitaki OAMARU
Entertaining and educating Waitaki for 5 spectacular years
Thursday, 2 February 2017, 10:55 am
Press Release: The Bedford School of Music
Entertaining and educating Waitaki for 5 spectacular years.
By Jamie Alan Bedford
Monday, 17 October 2016
The Bedford School of Music Scholarship 2017 OAMARU
— We are taking submissions, donations and actively fundraising now for the 2017 Scholarship.
By The Bedford School Of Music Entertainment & Events
Monday, 27 June 2016
Glenavy petrol station reopens OAMARU
— Due to a strong demand for truck stops on the Southern Canterbury Coast, Allied Petroleum has recently completed a rebuild of their existing petrol station in Glenavy.
By Alexanders Internet Marketing
Friday, 24 July 2015
Oamaru breakwater repairs needed to continue harbour protection OAMARU
— Preventative maintenance work on the Oamaru harbour breakwater is being proposed to be brought forward due to its age and continuous impact from heavy seas and exposure to the coastal marine environment.
By Waitaki District Council
Thursday, 15 November 2012
Luxury Oamaru lodge provides a taste of Europe this Christmas OAMARU
— A fairytale castle in Bavaria was the inspiration for two luxury lodge owners in Oamaru to craft a stunning Christmas gingerbread creation.
By Pen-y-bryn Lodge, Oamaru
Tuesday, 28 August 2012
Oamaru's historic lodge celebrates two years OAMARU
— Oamaru’s renowned hospitality duo will celebrate their second anniversary at historic Pen-y-bryn Lodge next month by offering a gift of their own to mark the special occasion.
Saturday, 18 August 2012
French printmaker's of 19th century to be exhibited OAMARU
— On Saturday, 18 August Oamaru’s Forrester Gallery will welcome artworks from some of the most renowned French artists of the 19th Century.
Tuesday, 14 August 2012
Lower Waitaki Zone Committee meeting OAMARU
— The Lower Waitaki–South Coastal Canterbury Zone Committee will meet in Oamaru on Thursday, 16 August, to discuss local water management issues.
Tuesday, 19 June 2012
Silent Night – a festive mid-winter treat! OAMARU
— It's Christmas Day and somewhere in Sunnynook, Irene McMunn is throwing a christmas party...
Dog attack highlights issue of dogs not being controlled by owners OAMARU
— A dog attack on an elderly woman in Oamaru yesterday has highlighted the issue of owners needing to ensure their dogs are kept under control, which the Waitaki District Council has been focusing on in recent months.
Friday, 15 June 2012
New Lane's Emulsion display tells the story of the iconic tonic OAMARU
— The North Otago Museum’s latest display reveals the stories behind Lane’s Emulsion.
Tuesday, 12 June 2012
Award-winning illustrator to visit Forrester Gallery OAMARU
— Award-winning Dunedin illustrator David Elliot will be at the Forrester Gallery on Friday 6 July as part of the Gallery’s current exhibition The Making of the Word Witch.
Tuesday, 24 April 2012
New Opera House director appointed OAMARU
— Council is pleased to announce that Megan Peacock-Coyle will begin the position of Oamaru Opera House Director from 14 May 2012.
Wednesday, 4 April 2012
New Zealand food and music at its best at Pen-y-bryn Lodge OAMARU
— Building on the huge success of previous events, Oamaru’s most stunning historic lodge is inviting guests back for more unique entertainment with the return of a renowned New Zealand chef and a ‘genre-busting’ musical trio.
Friday, 9 March 2012
Missing Banking OAMARU
— A batch of bank deposits has been reported missing between the Waihemo Service Centre and Council’s bank, Bank of New Zealand (BNZ), Oamaru on 28 February.
Tuesday, 6 March 2012
North Otago Museum celebrates Race Relations Day with a new exhibition OAMARU
— Shoes from around the world feature in a new exhibition at the North Otago Museum which celebrates Race Relations Day (21 March).
Tuesday, 28 February 2012
Unlawfully taken vehicles OAMARU
— Police Appeal for Help with Thefts of Heavy and Light Motor Vehicles
Oamaru Police are currently investigating a spate of thefts of light and heavy vehicles in and around North Otago and South Canterbury, and calling for assistance from the transport sector to help solve the crime.
Oamaru - Police Appeal for Help with Thefts of Heavy and Light Motor Vehicles OAMARU
— Oamaru Police are currently investigating a spate of thefts of light and heavy vehicles in and around North Otago and South Canterbury, and calling for assistance from the transport sector to help solve the crime.
Monday, 27 February 2012
Bee a buzzy bee at the Oamaru Opera House OAMARU
— The Oamaru Opera House is opening its doors once again to the community for its first working bee of 2012.
Wednesday, 22 February 2012
Restoration of Historic Friendly Bay Rail Footbridge in the Oamaru Harbour Precinct OAMARU
— A working bee of 19 volunteer builders will be on site Saturday March 3rd to carry out the first stage of the restoration of the Friendly Bay Rail Footbridge in the Oamaru Harbour Precinct.
Friday, 17 February 2012
Changes to Oamaru parking fees and times OAMARU
— Fees for metered and permitted parking in Oamaru will rise on the 1st of March as a result of a review on parking conducted late last year.