Reverberations from Bruce Hutton's planting of a cartridge
case to convict Arthur Allan Thomas spread to another of New
Zealand's highest-profile crimes, writes Otago Daily Times
senior Wanaka reporter Mark Price.
Recently-appointed Westland District Property director Graeme
Purches is not committing publicly to a view on the
Haast-Hollyford highway proposal.
Skiers and snowboarders will need to wait another 10 days to
find out what the Snow Park in the Cardrona Valley is
offering for this ski season.
Wanaka's new jetsprint aqua course got the thumbs up from
Caveman on Saturday, so it must be pretty good.
The Upper Clutha district's ''photo album'' is slowly
coming together. Wanaka reporter Mark Price meets the
dedicated couple sifting through thousands of images.
The Easter tradition of Wanaka shops opening in contravention
of the Shop Trading Hours Repeal Act 1990 appeared to be
flourishing yesterday - Good Friday.
''Blue is the new orange.''
Wearing a helmet may have saved the life of a climber who
fell 140m on a rocky peak near Mt Awful, yesterday, in Mt
Aspiring National Park.
A group of Wanaka residents who live on Little Mt Iron hope
to convince the Queenstown Lakes District Council at a
meeting today to install fire sirens in their neighbourhood.
Invercargill member of Parliament Eric Roy is confident those
proposing to build a 127km toll road between Haast and the
Hollyford Valley in South Westland have the resources to make
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