The bale is gone but the mystery remains.
A change in the weather over Lake Wanaka brought good fortune
to the Wanaka Rodeo Club yesterday.
Those who attended the two-day Rhythm and Alps music festival
in the Cardrona Valley went home yesterday morning having
dodged at least one bullet.
A temporary repair is in place on the section of water main
in Bridge Hill, Alexandra, that burst on Tuesday afternoon,
while property owners affected by the burst remain ''stoic''
and get on with the cleanup.
A need to get as close to flying as she could led Mandy
Deans to change her career path. Mark Price asks about her
path to such a life-changing decision.
''Stomp 'em down.''
How to cross a river with a rope and a milk container was
just one of the skills passed on to a group of new hunting
guides at a week-long course based at Glen Dene Station, Lake
Hawea, this week.
Maddison Frazer (11) has been awarded the title of Wanaka's
supreme young volunteer of the year.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council's decision yesterday to
proceed with a new community swimming pool in Wanaka's Three
Parks subdivision was both praised and condemned in the town
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