Arrowtown's annual festival has been chopped in half, and
will last five days instead of 10 from next year.
Almost four years after an application for resource consent
was lodged, Queenstown's Mitre 10 Mega is preparing to open
The T-6C Texan plane could become a familiar sight over
remote areas of the South Island.
They did not pull a sickie ...but they may well encourage
others to do so.
Australians are being encouraged by Queenstown's tourism body
to pull a sickie and fly to the resort for a long weekend.
The countdown is on to Arrowtown's inaugural Spring Arts
Festival, featuring 50 events across 17 locations in just
The first businesses planned in about $280 million of
developments on the Frankton Flats will be open by the end of
A senior New Zealand scientist is calling for the Government
to increase funding for weight loss surgery to help in the
battle against obesity.
The University of Otago will play a critical role in a new
study which aims to identify genes that predispose New
Zealanders to obesity and type 2 diabetes.
A zipline company's 11th hour appeal has stymied Skyline
Enterprises plans for a competing business in the same area -
for now, at least.
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