A vapour, described by a Queenstown restaurant owner as
resembling tear gas, was released in a sushi restaurant in
the resort's CBD on Tuesday night, leading to the hurried
evacuation of 23 patrons.
Artworks are now on display at the Millennium Hotel in
Queenstown before the Pat Farry Trust Wine and Art Auction
and Gala Dinner on Saturday.
Two Dunedin City
Council buildings have been rated well above New Zealand
building code requirements in regard to earthquakes.
A Queenstown man will appear in the Queenstown District Court
today after shooting himself in the leg with an air pistol on
Funds for the Queenstown Memorial Hall upgrade are past
halfway after Saturday night's Reach Out entertainment event
Fit Wakatipu athletes showed up in numbers at the Lake Hayes
Showgrounds on Saturday for the Fresh Choice Women's
Triathlon in what were chilly autumn conditions.
Dunedin residents will get the rare chance to see Indian
motorcycles this weekend when the Indian Owners Register
celebrates 21 years of its annual motorcycle rally.
Anyone with a sibling will know it would be a brave move
putting your life in their hands.
Collapse is a word Otago Volts coach Vaughn Johnson wants to
avoid today in Hamilton when his side faces top-of-the-table
A lack of funding from the Dunedin City Council means Otago
hockey will have to wait some time for a new turf.
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