Fulton Hogan hopes to be ready to build its sludge-drying
plant near Luggate in about three or four months.
Anna Mackay and Sarah Shore have achieved the impossible.
The developers of the huge Northlake subdivision planned for
a site northeast of Wanaka are making a concerted bid to host
the town's proposed multimillion-dollar community swimming
The New Zealand Government should stay out of the United
States-led war against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria
(IS) in the view of visiting terrorism expert, Italian
journalist and author Loretta Napoleoni.
The rules for motorcyclists on Lake Hawea Station are likely
to change after an unusual crash involving three trail bike
riders on Sunday.
Wanaka developer Allan Dippie describes the culture of the
Queenstown Lakes District Council as ''one of the biggest
impediments to the local economy'' - an assertion the council
Terrorism expert Loretta Napoleoni describes the beheading of
Western hostages as ''barbarous'' but points out decapitation
is not confined to Islamic State (IS).
The public of Wanaka is to be offered of choice of two sizes
and three possible sites for a new $9.97 million to $12.72
million swimming pool.
Sports administrator Peter Wardell is about to embark on his
sixth mission leading a team of New Zealand athletes to a
major world sporting event.
Two tourists had a lucky escape after their rental car slid
more than 200m down a ski trail at the Cardrona Alpine Resort
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