Sir Michael Hill has added to his animal artworks collection
this month by buying five cast-iron horses to watch over the
seventh tee of The Hills golf course.
Two very important people to 2013's winter festival are
settling into Queenstown life and preparing for what will be
a good mixture of the old and the new for the June event.
One of the men convicted for his part in a kidnapping near
Arrowtown in 2011 could be released from prison as early as
More than 20 submissions have been received on the rezoning
of the Henley Downs special zone, one of which says the
applicant has given the development an incorrect name.
External legal costs associated with the prosecution of the
Pacific Blue pilot found guilty of careless operation of an
aircraft topped $180,000.
Six years ago, when Jamie Fitzgerald and Kevin Biggar became
the first New Zealanders to reach the South Pole on foot, Mr
Fitzgerald's life took a new direction - miles away from his
former bank job.
The Otago Regional Council's water quality regulations will
not be appealed by the Queenstown Lakes District Council
An Arrowtown health and safety professional says changes in
safety regulations for the adventure tourism industry mean
businesses need to take responsibility and adopt a solid
After a failed attempt to purchase the $2.5 million Kingston
Flyer and its properties two years ago, a former Invercargill
engineer is asking for donations again after the steam train
was put back on the market last week.
Queenstown hockey sides are shaping up for another tough
season in the Central Otago women's competition starting next
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