Opponents of a proposed liquor store in Cromwell, including
an elder from a neighbouring church, are "not surprised'' an
off-licence has been granted.
A further grant of $40,000 will be the "last brick in the
wall'' for the new amenities building at the upgraded hockey
turf in Cromwell.
Schist Lane and Hosking Drive are about to go on the map in
A Grahame Sydney painting delivered 19 years after it was
commissioned is expected to reward its owner's patience by
fetching more than $100,000 when it goes under the
auctioneer's hammer next week.
The Otago Polytechnic's Central Campus will soon be one of a
handful of places around the world offering a management
degree majoring in adventure tourism.
It was a fast trip downhill for New Zealand's top lugers but
the sport is on its way up, officials say.
There has been a public outcry over the drowning of a puppy
which was apparently tied to a rock and thrown off the
A cardboard winebox proved to be the achilles heel of many of
Central Otago's top young viticulturists yesterday.
A mess of animal bones and fat has been dumped at Maniototo
Park several times recently, which is disturbing for park
users, district council staff say.
Dunstan Hospital is open to all visitors again, concerns
having eased about the spread of a very infectious virus.
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