at the simple things before opting for new equipment or
devices, energy auditor Andy Logue told more than 50 people
in Queenstown this week.
Urgent repairs at the Moonlight Track, Arthurs Point, means
the area will be closed intermittently for up to three weeks.
In a bid to make snowsports accessible to everyone, the
Remarkables will host an Adaptive Programme open day on
Late this afternoon, Queenstown will take centre stage as the
long-awaited inaugural Winter Games NZ officially open.
Snowboarders and skiers are not the only ones enjoying a
booming winter season at Coronet Peak, with gangs of
youth-like kea now roaming around the skifield.
One of the country's largest and most competitive annual ski
races started at Coronet Peak yesterday when the
Intercollegiate Ski Association of Japan presented the Air
New Zealand FIS Southern Cup Race Series 2009.
A specially built course at the Remarkables will be used this
weekend as Winter Games NZ action gets under way at
The deaths of a Queenstown tramping guide and a United
Kingdom tourist will be subject to inquests before Coroner
David Crerar in Queenstown tomorrow.
Clients and invited guests were on hand to celebrate the
relaunch of the Arrowtown Boutique Hair Company on Saturday
and its transformation from "London Underground" to "Boutique
Tracey Roxburgh talks to chef Josh Emett about life, food
and Gordon Ramsay.
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