Otago, and particularly Wanaka, are leading the way in a new
series of tourism statistics put out by the Ministry of
Business, Innovation and Employment.
All ski industry eyes will be on the weather tomorrow.
An artist's impression of what the new pontoon jetty for Lake
Wanaka could look like.
Groups concerned about the Upper Clutha being overrun by a
"wave'' of freedom campers this summer will tackle the
problem on three fronts.
An American businessman is in the running to buy Hunter
Valley Station on the shores of Lake Hawea.
Russell Braddock, the New Zealand mountaineer killed in an
avalanche in the French Alps on Monday, was well known in the
Wanaka and Mt Cook areas.
Warm weather has put paid to Treble Cone Ski Area's plans to
open for the season tomorrow.
The "big holes'' in the 2011 Freedom Camping Act will be a
talking point at an invitation-only forum in Wanaka today.
Skydive Wanaka Ltd has signed a conditional agreement to sell
its business to Australian-owned Skydive The Beach Group for
If there is a shortage of milk in Wanaka and Queenstown
today, then this is likely to be the explanation.
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