Few submissions suggest few concerns about the Queenstown
Lakes District Council's proposed new alcohol ban bylaw,
council regulatory manager Lee Webster says.
The ''other side'' of the 1080 debate was presented to a
packed room in Albert Town at the weekend, before the
Department of Conservation's planned drop of the pesticide
across 46,000ha of Mount Aspiring National Park this month.
Blistered, battered and sleep-deprived, Wanaka ultra-runner
Mal Law had just four things on his mind after completing his
latest charity stunt yesterday.
Aurora Energy Ltd has been granted more time to investigate
options for a new electricity substation at Hawea Flat.
Fears Cardrona's mystery bra fence thief might have graduated
from stealing bras to taking cars were allayed by the
valley's publican this week.
The public will have its first opportunity to walk over the
100ha commercial, recreational and residential development
known as Three Parks on the outskirts of Wanaka today.
"Silly, mad challenges'' are 53-year-old Wanaka charity
ultra-runner Mal Law's specialty.
Madge Snow owes much to the small office in her Wanaka home
which she keeps crammed full of old diaries, letters and
Arriving in New Zealand 60 years ago with broken English, few
possessions and only each other to lean on set Nick and Min
Mayen up for a lasting and loving union.
A day with no sport on the timetable leaves 14-year-old
Phoebe Young feeling restless.
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