She may have been knitting for more than 70 years but Daphne
Randle says she is still learning as she goes.
The Environment Court will get to decide whether the dream of
a $500 million resort and lifestyle development at McArthur
Ridge near Alexandra is over.
A Roxburgh group hoping for big-screen glory came one frame
closer to success yesterday.
Angle parking will be retained in Roxburgh's main street
after cycle lanes, parallel parks and flush median strips all
got the thumbs-down from town leaders yesterday.
Akarua Winery has shown its faith in the Central Otago wine
industry through buying two more properties to expand its
vineyard area to 100ha.
An $8 million fund to enhance and maintain the national cycle
trail opened last week and the network's trailblazer may be
among the first to benefit.
''Florreys'' will outnumber floats four to one in this year's
Alexandra Blossom Festival procession.
A ''Save Our Store'' meeting will be held on Thursday night
in Naseby, as residents rally to retain the town's general
store, and community ownership is one of the options being
Earnscleugh gold mine workers say they were shocked to learn
they would be made redundant next month as they thought they
had another three years of work ahead at the mine.
Closing the Moa Flat road for the Targa South Island Rally
may give a message to young drivers it is fine to race on
rural back roads, with dire consequences, opponents say.
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