Should the future ''town heart'' of Balclutha be based around
Elizabeth St or John St, or both?That looks likely to be the
central point for debate at a public submission hearing in
the town this afternoon.
The new Wanaka Community Patrol due to start up tomorrow will
not be deploying a drone.
The Wanaka Community Patrol might not yet have a dedicated
car or funding for fuel, but it does have 20 keen volunteers,
various radios and phones, a Soviet-era night-vision device
and use of a drone.
Sixty years of bogeys, birdies, pars and eagles will be
recalled at Tarras this weekend.
Otago farmers have been given the message this week that
their farming operations will come under increasing scrutiny
as a result of the Otago Regional Council's new water plan.
The disposal of Contact Energy's land holdings in the Upper
Clutha is ''largely complete'', according to to the company's
trading, development and geothermal resources project manager
A group of Upper Clutha residents concerned about the effects
of dairying on water quality in the area's waterways is
considering setting up a trust to enable better monitoring.
At the moment, it is all in the minds of Jason Rhodes and his
mother, Lyn, of Wanaka's National Transport and Toy Museum,
but in 18 months most of it should be a reality.
The debate over the legal status of the Haast-Hollyford road
line appears to have reached an impasse.
Another major multisport event is being added to a crowded
Wanaka summer calendar.
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