The level of Lake Hawea is rising slowly again after dropping
to near its minimum operating level 10 days ago.
Public access negotiations between the Queenstown Lakes
District Council and Devon Dairy Farms Ltd, near Hawea Flat,
appear to be nearing completion.
''Ok, everyone. We've got a window.''
Can bird smells be used to turn rats, cats, stoats, ferrets,
possums and hedgehogs off the idea of hunting native birds?
the average rates rise to pay for Wanaka's new $11.8million
swimming pool might be little more than $100 per year appear
to have evaporated.
''OK, everyone. We've got a window.''
Forty-eight competitors from 17 clubs competed in the seventh
four-yearly Special Olympics National Winter Games, at the
Cardrona Alpine Resort this week.
Landcare Research scientists have established the Mackenzie
Country has New Zealand's most deadly known form of the
rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus.
The 30-year-old woman killed in a car crash in South Westland
yesterday morning was not a New Zealand passport holder.
Just days after getting a favourable decision from the
Environment Court, the developers of the new 1500-lot
Northlake subdivision are preparing to set up a sales office
and two Queenstown-style show homes.
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