The value of building consents in the Queenstown Lakes
district topped half a billion dollars in 2015, setting a new
record for building value in the district.
The balloon has almost landed.
It might be 86 years old, but this 1930 Austin 7 proved last
weekend it still has what it takes to negotiate the roughest
of Central Otago "roads''.
Another non-injury car crash occurred on a gravel section of
Ballantyne Rd, Wanaka, yesterday morning.
Chinese visitors are "spending up a storm'' in Wanaka.
A possible new control method for lagarosiphon and a
potential call for more local funding for the control effort
are two points raised in a new 10-year management plan for
the invasive lake weed.
A young Wanaka actor with a penchant for improvisation has
scored the role of Shakespeare's friend in an American
television drama pilot.
Five crashes in six weeks on the gravel section of Ballantyne
Rd led to a brief, fiery exchange during the public forum
section of yesterday's Wanaka Community Board meeting.
Some ‘‘minor'' changes are to be made to the proposal for a
watersports facility on the Lake Wanaka foreshore before a
resource consent hearing on February 29.
Queenstown Lakes District Council planner is recommending
resource consent for the proposed watersports facility on the
Lake Wanaka foreshore be refused.
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