A group of Upper Clutha residents concerned about the effects
of dairying on water quality in the area's waterways is
considering setting up a trust to enable better monitoring.
At the moment, it is all in the minds of Jason Rhodes and his
mother, Lyn, of Wanaka's National Transport and Toy Museum,
but in 18 months most of it should be a reality.
The debate over the legal status of the Haast-Hollyford road
line appears to have reached an impasse.
Another major multisport event is being added to a crowded
Wanaka summer calendar.
Another international multisport event is being planned for
the Wanaka area - and it has some big names behind it.
Majority shareholder in Wanaka's Treble Cone skifield John
Darby this week reaffirmed his commitment to the business,
despite standing down from the skifield company's board.
It could have been spring at Cardrona Alpine Resort yesterday
as the skifield opened for the season in bright sunshine and
Expect a big debate about convention centres at next
Thursday's meeting of the Queenstown Lakes District Council.
Whatever the weather delivered last night will have a major
bearing on whether the Cardrona Alpine Resort turns on its
chairlifts for skiers tomorrow.
The Lake Wanaka foreshore should be smoke-free, have more
native plants and animals, a boardwalk, a band rotunda, more
freedom camping areas and more, or some say less, commercial
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