Mark Price

Wanaka community patrol gearing up

Wanaka camera shop owner Steve Worley (left) has been chosen as chairman of the town's newly-formed community patrol group.

TVs no longer accepted

The Wanaka Wastebusters Recycling Centre plans to pull the plug on its television set recycling service today.

Museum dedicated to German fighter

Museum dedicated to German fighter

A museum in a hangar at Wanaka Airport devoted to one of the German Air Force's main fighter aircraft during World War 2 will open to the public for the first time at Easter's Warbirds Over Wanaka Airshow.

Search and Rescue finding little to do

Search and Rescue finding little to do

When Wanaka Search and Rescue chairman Paul Marshall says his organisation is going through a ''lean patch'' he does not mean it is short of volunteers.

Monorail decision further delayed

Monorail decision further delayed

Wanaka: Government permission to build the world's longest monorail, in Fiordland, has been delayed again.

Spotlight on foreign drivers

Fatal crashes involving foreign drivers represent a small but growing proportion of fatal crashes on New Zealand roads.

Visitors entitled to drive - companies

Visitors entitled to drive - companies

New Zealand's car rental industry does not accept the blame for crashes involving tourists who are inexperienced drivers.

Injured victim footing the cost

Injured victim footing the cost

Trisha Nolan has made herself a new pair of boots.

Racer must get his skates on

 Racer must get his skates on

Not only has Wanaka multisport competitor Bob McLachlan been making some rapid travel and visa arrangements this week, he has had a few in-line skating issues to resolve as well.

Cascade crossing may be made safer

Cascade crossing may be made safer

The notorious Cascade Saddle route in Mt Aspiring National Park will be examined today in the hope it can be made safer for trampers and climbers.