Mark Price

Environmental society 'not playing fair'

Environmental society 'not playing fair'

When Southlander Jack Minty died in 2000, he left his daughter and three sons with a 137ha farm, in six titles, on the shores of Lake Wanaka.

Plants add fire danger

The New Zealand Fire Service is comparing tussocks to petrol to help get the message across about the fire risk over summer.

'The Cell' a nucleus of business support

'The Cell' a nucleus of business support

Entrepreneurs everywhere are being invited to spend time in ''The Cell'', Wanaka's business incubator located in the town's former police station in Helwick St.

The new facility is being leased and managed by the team behind Wanaka's entry in Chorus' Gigatown ultra-fast broadband competition.

Debt down as QLDC records surplus

The Queenstown Lakes District Council has recorded a $20million surplus for the year to the end of June 30.

Call for more action to keep road open

Call for more action to keep road open

Wanaka resident John Wellington has called for more action to ensure public access to Mead Rd, Lake Hawea.

Cycleway talks with landowners start

Cycleway talks with landowners start

Discussions are under way between the Upper Clutha Tracks Trust and about 20 landowners along the Clutha River over the possible route for a cycleway linking Wanaka and Cromwell.

Roundabout called for

Roundabout called for

T-intersection or a roundabout?

Gallipoli passes gained after all

Gallipoli passes gained after all

Duncan Boswell, of Wanaka, has won his battle to get to Gallipoli.

Skate park builder drops in

Skate park builder drops in

Skate park builder Jason Parkes, of Auckland, arrived in Wanaka yesterday with some good news for skateboarders.

Hope red mistletoe attracts more birds

Hope red mistletoe attracts more birds

Tourists keen to be kissed (lightly on the cheek) at Christmas might have more opportunities in future when visiting the Blue Pools of the Haast Pass.