A bit of pressure applied in the right place and slabs of
schist at the Cluden Stone Quarry snap apart as cleanly as if
they were ice.
Sections in the last big chunk of Wanaka with lake and
mountain views could be on the market by Christmas.
Wanaka Airport's first resident corporate jet has taken up a
prime position on the airport apron.
The developers of the big new Northlake residential
subdivision have been granted consent to dig up soil
contaminated with timber preservatives from one part of the
subdivision and bury it in another part.
Wanaka falcon advocate Mary Chaffey yesterday reminded
poultry owners falcons are a protected species.
A "playground" for four-wheel-drive enthusiasts is how one
roading manager described the Waikaia Bush Rd, where a 4WD
party was rescued yesterday.
One or more native falcons are causing havoc in hen runs
A Wanaka couple have been left wondering if it is safe for
them to plant a vegetable garden in front of their new
The Queenstown Lakes District Council is likely to decide
next Thursday if it will sell its prime Scurr Heights land in
Shown the cold shoulder by the Government eight years ago,
Wanaka cycle track enthusiasts are delighted to now be in the
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