Mark Price

Pipers spread thinly throughout district

Pipers spread thinly throughout district

So many services; so few pipers.

Wide opportunities with cyber defence

Wide opportunities with cyber defence In the industry that builds jet fighters, missiles and submarines, the Pacific is seen as a growth area.

Langbein garden emerges as a consent issue

Langbein garden emerges as a consent issue

It appears as though celebrity chef Annabel Langbein will need to get her garden in order to have a chance of gaining resource consent for new buildings on her 9ha property overlooking Dublin Bay, Lake Wanaka.

Changes not sufficient to win support

Changes not sufficient to win support

Celebrity cook Annabel Langbein has changed her plans for her Dublin Bay property, near Wanaka, but has still not done enough to satisfy Queenstown Lakes District Council planners.

Wind again stops balloon launch

Wind again stops balloon launch

The  ‘‘she'll be right'' New Zealand attitude to things does not seem to be rubbing off on Nasa.

Worker housing call

Waitaki MP Jacqui Dean is urging the Queenstown Lakes District Council to ‘‘step up'' over worker accommodation in Wanaka.

Subdivision developers face chemical clean-up

Subdivision developers face chemical clean-up

The developers of Wanaka's big new Northlake subdivision are faced with cleaning up chemicals from an old timber plant.

Sewerage works in the pipeline

Cardrona is getting closer to having short- and long-term improvements made to its sewerage.

Epic adventure on unicycle

One competitor in today's Contact Epic 90km classic mountain bike race around Lake Hawea will not be on a bicycle.

Plan to drill bores near lake

Plan to drill bores near lake

Plans to provide Wanaka with a source of drinking water that does not contain "lake snow'' algae are being advanced by the Queenstown Lakes District Council.