The future of an alpine hut on Aoraki/Mt Cook extensively
damaged in a rock avalanche last month will not be known
Tree felling has resumed at the entrance to Wanaka, after
developer Allan Dippie was found to be acting in accordance
with his resource consent.
Dunedin collection of historic envelopes has sold for more
than $100,000 at a London auction.
The Cardrona community will discuss its options for a village
green next week, after the Queenstown Lakes District Council
failed in its bid to buy land for the project.
Long-serving Catholic priest Father Brian Fenton knew what he
wanted in life, and in death it was no different.
Wanaka developer Allan Dippie has been told to stop cutting
down trees at the entrance to the town.
Plans for a $1 million ''missing link'' in the Upper Clutha's
cycle network are moving ahead.
The Wanaka Community Pool is expected to reopen in a couple
of months after the Queenstown Lakes District Council agreed
to spend about $115,000 strengthening the building as a
Despite final pleas to reject or scale back a 1400-lot Wanaka
development, the Queenstown Lakes District Council has voted
to adopt the Northlake private plan change.
An ex-civil engineer training for his second attempt at
swimming the length of Lake Wanaka says the Queenstown Lakes
District Council made the right call in closing Wanaka's
public pool because of earthquake risks.
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