The main thoroughfare through the commercial part of the new
Three Parks subdivision on the outskirts of Wanaka has been
named after Sir Tim Wallis.
Another high-country station on the shores of Lake Hawea
looks set to change hands.
One of the first eight women to wear a police uniform in New
Zealand is taking part in celebrations today marking the 75th
anniversary of women in the New Zealand police force.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council will put in place rules
today to govern the use of the $15.6million proceeds from its
sale of Scurr Heights land.
The directors of Wanacare Ltd have declined to explain
publicly how convicted fraudster Richard Beven secured a
position of trust in Wanaka's health community.
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.
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