The Ministry of Education has begun the process of appointing
a commissioner to replace the board of trustees of Wanaka
Former minister of conservation Helen Clark says she has ''no
recollection whatsoever'' of the Haast-Hollyford road reserve
being removed from maps during her tenure.
Police believe ''driver error'' was the most likely cause of
the crash in which highly rated 17-year-old Arrowtown
snowboarder Hamish Bagley died on February 16.
A vehicle towing eight rowing skiffs on a trailer overturned
about 4km south of the summit of the Lindis Pass about 10am
In one corner, Wellington management consultant Ian Dickson;
in the other corner, Auckland economist Fraser Colegrave.
''Who removed the Haast-Hollyford
road reserve from the official maps in 1989-90, and did they
do it legally?''
After 12 years of planning, the heavy machinery has begun
rearranging the landscape on the outskirts of Wanaka for the
new 100ha Three Parks commercial, recreational and
The Fiordland Link Monorail was assigned to history's dustbin
The Wanaka Primary School board of trustees is asking the
Ministry of Education to replace it with a commissioner.
The Wanaka man unhappy at the Government's allocation of
passes to next year's Gallipoli centennial commemoration has
taken his complaint to the Office of the Ombudsman.
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